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Page 96 si' X Koerner Neilson, Appel, Gorred, Lindow Ellerby Foster Bates King Gorlent, Yinger Stegemon, Compton Teke Neophytes Doten Donald, lronside Gloor, Close, Horshmon Curtis, Lodboch, Whitelom CLASS UF FUHTY-THREE Adams Abramson Andree Anderson Alward Ahl Boker, O. Baker, C. Austin Auch AtLee Atkins Benjamin Bee-ley Beebe Battjes Barton Baldwin Borman Black Birdsall Bibbings Bramer Bow Buchda Browne Brown, M. Brown, E, Breon Breed Chandler Case Cariclc Carr Capron Burnes Church Christensen Cooley Conn Cofer Cllarlc i Davison Dales Curtis Cummings Crandall Covert Dick Dean Duguid Doyle, M. Doyle, D. Donovan Page 97 DuQuette Earnshovv Faist Earp Ellerby, H, Ellerby, L Farrow Fobert Feller Ferguson Forward Gibb Fowler Gaertner Ferris Evans Flickinger Gates Goold Gunn Goss Gould Geisler Green, D. Guy Hamilton Hadley Hagen Hammill Hatton Hansen G Halm Harrington Havvlfins Hill Helrigel Helzer Hart Hensiclc Himmelsnoclw Hyde Jack Page 98 Hollman reen E. Hamel Horton Heystek Hollingsworth Hop son ,lacobs ,jones D H Judd udgens Kaiser FRESHMEN CLASS UF Keller Kelly Kempl Kercher Kilpatrick Kimberly King Kingsnorth Kirkby Kleihauer Klein Knevals Knoch Koeplgen Krenz London Laney Lapham Lee Lemlce Lewis LittIeFieId Lord MacDonald Mcflonachie McConnell Mclntosh McNair McNally Major Marion Marks Martin Marzolf Matthews Maynard Meli Merrill Miller, G. Miller, W. Mitchell Modrack Moffett Morgan Morrison Moyer Mullin Murphy Myll Nank Neal, R. C. Needham Neitzel Nester Page 99 Orth Oltholf Nolting Nixon Newman Newcomb Perry Percy Pelton Pearson Patterson Usborne Powell Potter Post Pollard Pitcher Peterson Reber Reavy Reader Raymond Ragan Preston Richard Richardson, M, Richardson, J. Reiter Reichow Reeves Rul Rodda Riley Rietz Rieger Riddick Schumann Schumacher Schmid, S. Schmid, R. Sawyer Salzman Smith Simpson Sieg Shepard Scott, M. Scott, L. Steers Steele Stanford Starn Spence Sommer Page 100 llHSS ll llllll-lHIlll Stevens, B. Stevens, R. Stevenson Stoclchom Stouller Stowe Strom Strauch Striz Sturman Sutton Sullivan Swallow Thomas Tobias Toutant Turner, J. Turner, K. Valentine, G. Valentinekl. Van Gordon Van Osdol Van Wagoner Wedge Weeks Wesley Wetters Whalen White Wilcox Williams Willson Wilson,j. Wilson, N. Witters Wrigh Zollilcer Gray Zeis Zimmerman Page 101 u . - J 3 , , .rlf 1 f""" 1 X ' , , Q, , W, ,1 I ,, v ' Q . ilvxig In . - . , K ,, , ,f ,., 1 iw..-,Q g 75:1 , --1-1' 'ffvp ff -' ' , 'x '54, 1 f Q Q lx T 1 4 'E 5 ,. E ., Xa' ,. VPQ s 0 , 1 V. 1 a ,u u A, " u s- V , 5. .' T 1 5 -f ,,, n Q Q Q.. 1 4 L 1 I 5 A J 'N 5 , a , 'K 'e 9 s w 4 ,'. v a , .1 U 5 Ol' f J x is l-1 I D I L qv, if 1 X Wh v 9 Q 1 w. "-.5 lima ill I ll.ll Alb 1 . PAN-HELLENIC EUUNCIL The pan-l-lellenic Council was Founded in 1917. lts express purpose is to regulate the activities of the sororities on campus. It provides for rushing control, sponsors an annual formal party lcnovvn as the Upon-Hel Ball", and presents a cup to the outstanding senior woman each year, The organization is composed ol two members from each ol the Five national sororities. COMPTON. BLAKESLEE, Mies fiR.u', RIILLER, BIANNING WHITELAM, PLAN-2, timnan, RICHARDS. Flscu. Page 104 OFFICERS MILDRED PLATE , LOIS RICHARDS . MISS MARIAN GRAY Alpha Chi Omega jane Miller Helen Blalceslee Alpha Xi Delta Kathryn Eisch Faith Manning MEMBERS Delta Gamma Margaret Garred Elizabeth Whitelam , President . Secretary . Advisor Kappa'Delta Helen Compton Mildred Plate Zeta Tau Alpha Lois Richards Genevieve Copeland INTEHFRATERNITY COUNCIL Organized in 1920, the lnterfraternity Council is composed of two members of each of the six men's fraternities on the campus. The council attempts to regulate fraternal activities such as rushing, pledging, social activities, and promotes intra- mural athletics in cooperation with the school athletic department as well as the two independent cooperative houses on campus. Their rules are in accordance with the National lnterfraternity conference regulations and they act as intermediaries between the college administration and the individual chapters. Beside cooperating with the Student council on pep sessions, they sponsored the lnterfraternity dance in March. STRICKLEH, Snman-rr, HEXNMILLER. PRESTON. RININGER, LEVETT, Dow. ACKLAND. COOK, GREEN, ASHMUN, l"H.xz1ER. OFFICERS F. HARGER GREEN MARSHALL COOK HEBER ASHMAN . Alpha Tau Omega Harry LeVett Gordon Dow Delta Sigma Phi Norman Sleight Homer Frazier MEMBERS Delta Tau Qmega Marshall Striclcler Heber Ashmun Sigma Chi Lowell l-leinmiller Dan Preston . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sigma Nu Marshall Cook Dicran Aclcland Tau Kappa Epsilon Harger Green ,lack Rininger Page 105 in-X 1. Pu, ..', 1 , . 5, 7 , '25, 1" ' f- 'fi' I - X-nmii . ' ' 1. ...- 1-Q -' 1. M ,xt X OBSERVATORY AND BOOKSTORE -,-!f'ff lj' ig, Sue Bower Carol Harger loan Hartricl4 Bonnie Berryman Catherine Curtis less Hensiclc Caryl Laubach Mary Helen Bates Helen Blakeslee Nan McNair Evelyn Mollett Charlotte Baker Barbara Beebe Nancy Breed Helen Curtis ALPHA CHI UMEEA Seniors Patricia Houghton Maxine Huether Marie Kuhn Juniors Helen Randall Lois Reader Anne Robinson Sophomores Sally Brooks jean Clase Freshmen Mary Lou Moyer Pledges Mary Doyle Dorothy Green Shirley Hansen Marjorie Koerner Ruth Reader R. REIXDER. Mvnvuv. SLM-K, BROOKS. BAKER, BREED, J. RICHARDSON. BI. R1 fll-QEEN. AlC'N1XIH. Mon-:R, H, Fmvrrs, R1ETz, IQOEHNER, Sc'HUM,xNN. DOYLE. ROBINSON. SMITH. RANDALL, HEImx'iu.aN, CLASE, HENSICK. BATES, M. PURDY. EDYY.-KRDS, L.xU1+ArH, BL,-KKESLEE, NEwc-OMER. WO:-H1-rOLz, C, C'l'RTIS. H. Pt'R Ku-ls. BOWEN, L. READER. MURDOCH, XIILLER. XYAGNER. H.ARL9ER. HCETHER. HOUGHTON. ,lane Miller Millicent Murdoch Mary ,lane Newcomer Elizabeth Slaclc Helen Thompson Phyllis Wagner Daphne Wochholz Fern Edwards Kathleen Smith Elinor Murphy Marie Rietz ,lanet Richardson Margaret Richardson Cheryl Riley Helen Schumann CHARDSON. RIO!-'FETT H.kNSEN. my THOMPSON. Page 106 Pg f e' ':' ', Q? in f 5- e. " ri-' 'UQ Founded at Depauw Unlversuty, Greencastle, Indiana, T885 Beta Chapter 'Established 1887 Number of national cnapters"6Q publicatiow "The Lyren Flower'-Scarlet Carnation Colors-Scarlet and olive green CHAPTER OFFICERS jANE MILLER . , , CAROL HARGER . MILLICENT MLIRDCCH . LCDIS READER . . YW, . Rresldent Vnce-president . Secretary Treasurer Pg 107 Martha Bohn ,lean Fowler Emily Ash Kathryn Fisch jean Baumgartner Ruth Bright Billie Darlcwood julia l'latton Laura Anderson Shirley Baumgarth Mary Ferris vlo Ann Holland ALPHA Xl DELTA CHAPTER ROLL Seniors l-lelen l-lelrigel Betty Mcllvenna Juniors Betty l'lantz Mary Kellogg Sophomores Mildred Dewire Barbara Graham Margaret lalendren Freshmen Pledges Betty Hollingsworth Paulette Hudgens Ruth Kirkby Shirley Schmid Lucy Mildren Mabel Watson Faith Manning Beth lruclcs Janet MacDonald glean Stewart Mary Wirts Mary MacDonald Barbara Whalen lfliz. Schuchardt Martha Swallow Marietta Wyman M. Blu-DoN.xLn. HOLL.AND. AYHALEN, SWALLOW. IIUDGENS, BCHUCHARDT, B,w:iiGARiH HOLLINC'YX'OR"H -XNDEYFON Tn Kr' R G H' D R' ' Ymxnx' F1-:Rms wb I ,p. b , UF' H, AUM A TNER, A RVOOD, X , NK YM.-KN, NN mis, STEWART. J. RA.-KPDONALD, H,ANTZ. ASH, file.-xi-mist. DEWIRE4 KAANNING. FOWLER, AIENDREN, KEL1.0cu. AAILDREN, FISCH. AY.-STE-ON. McILx'ExN,1., BOND. Page 108 Founded ot Lombord College, Golesburg, Illinois, T893 Phi Clwopter-Estoblisl'1ed.T9'l 5 Number ol notional clmopters-57 publication-HAlpl'1o Xi Delton Flower-Pink rose Colors-'Double blue and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS KATl-IRYN FISCI-l .... MARGARET l-IENDREN . MABEL WATSON . LUCY MILDREN . President Vice-president , Secretory Treosurer Pg 109 DELTA GAMMA Elizabeth Abbott Georgia Atha Mary Margaret Baldwin ,lean Ellerby Puth Appel Margaret Garred Marian Castle jane Clement Nancy Atlcins Maryanna Baldwin Betty Abramson Lois Bennett Maxine Bow Betty Davis jeanette Dean CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Shirley Frye Donna Jean l-laring Kay McKale Margaret McKee Juniors Gloria Gloor Elizabeth Henderson Margaret Lawrence Sophomores Doris Elanigan Patricia Hughes Emogene Kaiser Freshmen ,lane Klein Marjorie Put Pledges Marijean Eberts Pebecca l-larshman Elizabeth Kaiser Betty Myll Bow, EPIERTS, RAYLL, D. YANGORDEN, M. BALDWIN, IQAISEH, CLEMENT. NEEDHAM, SCIIUMACIIER. XX IIITE, SCOTT. DEAN, ABRAIIISON, RUF. TowNsEND, HARSI-IMAN. YESTLTNG. Janet Muhlitner Kathryn Patterson l-iarriett Patz Patricia Van Garden Clayone johnson Elizabeth Whitelam Kathryn Kitsman Lois Northrup Barbara Schumacher Dorotha VanGorden Bette Needham Maxine Scott Katharine Townsend Barbara Vestiing Marjorie White BENNETT, HENDERSON. GLOOR. NORTHRUP, GARRED, FL.-KNIGAN. APPEI.. KLEIN, ATKINS. In-ISITIAN, CASTLE, JOHNSON, BIUHLITNER. RICIXALE. HUGHES, L.-UYRENCE, H.xRING. R.-vrz, .-KHBOTT, PATTERSON, ATHA, WIAIITELAM, M. M. BALDYYIN, FRYE, ELLEIIBY, P. Y.-KNCQORDEN. ' ' 3 l 5 Page 110 , , xi A x,,.......S '1' IMI' if Founded at Warren Institute, Qxfard, Mrssissippi, T874 Zeta Chapter-fEEstabIisned T883 Number of national cnapte-rsf5O RubIication--"AncI'1oraH Flowerfs Cream rose CcIorsf"I3ronze, pinI4, and bIue CHAPTER OFFICERS ELIZABETH WHITELAM . , . MARY MARGARET BALDWIN . SHIRLEY FRYE . . . KATHRYN PATTERSON , . President Vice-president Secretary . Treasurer Pg Ill KHPPH Iiilili l-lelen Compton Kathryn Dietrich Florence Barlcer Esther Battenhouse Alice Compton Shirley post Norene Austin Virginia Borman Bette Earp Mary jo Gates Lily Mae Geisler Audrey l-lalm Barbara l-lammill CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Doris hlarroun juniors Margaret lngram Marian Krehl SODLIOYHOTSS jean jaclcson jean Stegeman FI'eSl'lfTl6l'1 Pledges Velma l-lessel Mary Ann Kimberley jean King Elizabeth Lucas Barbara Marion Arra Morgan Margaret l-lill Lorene Rupp Mildred Plate l-lelen Williams Dorothy Whitley Patricia Sommer Betty Nanlq Catherine Qsborne Evelyn Reiter jane Stoclcham Mary jane Sullivan Mary Wilcox Clara Rae Williams BORMAN, RIORGAN, Osaokwu. G.n'1-is. HALM, XYILCOX. Klmnsnnlzv. SUMMER. Muuox. H "d' P " X ' ' C' - " ' H R K E LBHLL. asr. . uf-rn.. JEINLER, mmorxium, AMMILL, Erma, ING, ARP. Y F. XX ILLIAMS. FULLIYAN, XX HITLEY. BARKER. B.n'TENHotsE. JACKSON, INGR,-XM. STEGEMAN, NANK, LYCAS. A, C'0Mi1'r0N, Rum-, PI.-KRROUN. HILL. H. COMPTON, DIE1-mcH. H. XX ILL1,a1i.1s, PLATE. IXREHL, Page 112 .-1 -II . ' T' Ji ... ,.j K A g.. '14, Q ln Ay ,lf Founded at Virginia State Normal College, Earmville, Virginia, T897 Sigma Pi Chapter-Establislwecl T923 Number of national cl1aptersf68 Publicationgmllwe Angelosn Flower-Wlwite Rose Colors-Olive green and wlwite HELEN COMPTON HELEN WILLIAMS MARGARET HILL KATHRYN DIETRICH CHAPTER OFFICERS . President Vice-president . Secretary . Treasurer Pg 113 llll llll HllHH Ann Burton Genevieve Copeland ,lane Anderson l'lazel Caulcin Marcia lronside Anna Marie Kinney Esther Caines Virginia Figy Eleanor Raymond Elizabeth Birdsall Joan Buchda Vlune Covert CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Barbara l'lebinger Juniors ,lune Lemon Reita Montie Veronica Ransom Lois Richards Sophomores Betty Frye Virginia Guy Freshmen Shirlie Stouller Pledges Alice Gibb Betty Goodale ,lacaueline Littlefield Marjorie Macls Helen Wittenberg Martha Rowe Lois 'lapert ,leanice luchtenhagen Roberta Wiener Maida l-lenry Helen Palmer Jane Valentine Marilyn palmiter Kathryn Turner ,lean Walrad VALENTINE, ST0t'Fi-En, CQOODALE, BIRDSALL. LXTTLEI-'lELD. PALMITEH, f'ovER'r, xx-IENER, XVALRAD, Uma, IQINNEY. RAYMOND. HENRY, TURNER, VLOSE, BUf'imA, CAINES, PALMER, LEMON. AIONTIE. Hui, IRONSIDE, TUL-HTENI-1,mEN, R.-xNsoM, Ric-mums. Fmv. ANDERSON. BURTON, C'.u,'KxN. 'l'.u-ERT. FUPELAND. lfRx'l-:. XYITTENHERG. Rows, MACK. Page 114 Tfr- T""': Zi T ' ,fx an ,fic 115 .2 1-3, 'T .Lai fx Founded at Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Virginia, 1898 Beta Tau Cliapter-'Establislwed T929 Number ol national clwapters-63 publication-'Tlmemisn Flower'Wl1ite violet Colorsf4fTurquoise blue and steel gray CHAPTER OFFICERS GENEVIEVE COPELAND , . . HELEN WITTENBERG . I-IAZEI. CAUKIN . BETTY FRYE . , president Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Pg 115 fa ,Men Xxx A1 ' , .fx X A W Q, .5 "nr 'vi x - . qt , Q 'jg .JI - A 3 A3553 . A 43: o K, X +V! 'QQ ,,. . . , I Q . V ' N A puA,,,,,.' . . , "' W , 1 X. Q Mftfem-., 3, , Y. 9' ln ., i L . f x - . . A . M 5 ' x --f 1- ' .YM ..-.,..m+wnswm..'..4 Q...-A Q ,nffm X ,Lg wqquugmnuludlliii- J. ' f KV...k"--40 K w,.g.-t .s:.,,,fN X . Y-'IP' . , . nf M , ve - Xxx-, , at M . wif" M Rvmxweqmhumw-s,.. M.. g -. 'T W ' 'K--,, .-., 5 'X 'WX x ' P-v if f Q K 3 i ,af 6 xx '1 HlI1HHiHU UlllHH ,lohn Dalton Ed. Lindow Arnold Boe Charles Baribeau Robert Bois Franlc Carrier Donald Chiclcering Charles Cochran Willard Adams Cyrus AtLee Steve Beban Murray Brown James Fliclcenger Joseph Hill CHAPTER ROLL Seniors l-loward Neilson l-loward Simons juniors Howard Krauth Sophomores Gordon Dow Glen Hamel Forrest l-lanna Roy l-lazen Freshmen Don Ferguson Pledges Robertjewell jaclc Keller Jaclc Koeplgen Edward Knevals John Leach Richard Lemlce Kenneth 'lurnblom Gordon Watt l-larry LeVett john Luros Tryndale Rutledge Robert Schmidt Elmer Schnaclcenberg Max Smith Fred Lewis Willis Long Phil Mitchell Ray Neal Van Clmstead Douglas Qrth NEAL. ADAMS. IQNEYALS. FLICKENGER, Lxswxs. Bois, ORTH. AIITCHELL. LEMKE. BROWN, LEACH. Ansxv, IQOEPFGEN, IQELLER, SMITH. C'ARRIER. HAZEN, SCuMID1', RUTLEDGE. ATLEE, B C' 'K C' Q' H D B RI E I-'ER o ZOE. mc 12mNG. ocx-xRAN. .1 HNACKENHERG. ANNAH. ow, A B AC, Gris x Li.-KRLENT, Lmnow. TURNHLOM, XX ATT, LEYETT. NEILSON. IxR,xU1'H, SIMONS. DALTON. Page 116 .1 E . :- . , XQQ, . Q 945: g wif. 1 , - v .-A 9 f."5L'.' .3 I ,. -. . Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 'l865 Beta Omicron Chapter-Established 1889 Number of national clwopters--97 l3utJlicationff7'll1e palmn Flower-'White tea rose COlOFSA'Sl4Y blue and old gold CHAPTER OFFICERS HARRY LEVETT .,., HOWARD KRAUTH . HOWARD NEILSON . HOWARD SIMONS . . President Vice-president , Secreta ry . Ol-VGOSUVQI' P g 117 llllH SIHMH PHI George Cameron Robert lfsling Homer Frazier Grant Cowan ,lohn Dick Edwin Dyer Bruce Feighner Richard Fitch Peter Conn William l-lelrigel David Jacobs William Bibbings Robert Churchill William Churchill Robert Clark CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Ralph Jones ,luniors Charles Guidot l"lerbert Lombard sophomores jack Lancaster George Lane Fl'eSl'lmel'l Earle ,lanes Justin Sleight Pledges Ben Duguid Victor l-lawldns Allan lVlarl4s Wallace Maynard l-larrison Roarlc Norman Sleight Vernon Wolfe l-lugh Munson Ward Robosson Harold Prosser Donald Rovvers Marvin Schoultz Philip Thomas James Tobias George Wedge Fred Powell William Steers Morley Straugh Joseph Wilson XVEDGE, HELHIGEL, CONN. CLARK, J. SLEIGHT, TI-Ioisms FHURCHILL, STEERL XYILSON, E. JONES. Toaus, POXYERS, DICK, HAWKINS, AIAHKS, STRAUGH. XI W R ' I' ' F L D ' P . UNsoN. own. OBOBSON. 'EIGI-INER, ITCH. ,mais-rER, XER. H0851-DR. KGUIDOT. ESLING, LOMBARD, R. JONES, N. SLEIGHT, FRAZIER, COWAN, C'.1.MI-:RoN. SCHOULTZ, Page 118 AI plua Tau Chapter- Established 1917 Number of national clwaptersffffll publication "The Carnatnonll FlOW9VS7Wl1Il9 Carnation Colors -Nile green and white CHAPTER OFFICERS l-lQlVlEl2 FRAZIER .,,.., Presndent NQRMAN Sl.ElGl'll , First Vice-president HERBERT LOMBARD . Second Vice-president GRANT COWAN . , Secretary RALPH jONES 1 . Treasurer Pg H9 IiiliH iHll Iiilili Fred Krueger Fred Adams Erwin Butterfield Warren Abrahamson Val Brake Charles Dubuar l-loward Ellis Leonard Engstrom Alvin Gaertner James Harrington Walter Ahl Daniel Doyle Don l'lensiclc Willard l-lotlman CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Bryant Ruthven Juniors George Nlorriss SODIWOITIOYQS Ralph Fischer Ross Fleury William Kimberly Burton Mcclarry Freshmen glames Lewis Pledges Raul Meli William Miller Morse Neil Marshall Striclcler Albert Nicholls Robert Saxton Louis Reichle Neil Rosenberg Robert Scott Daniel Siler Kay White William Newcomb Richard Schmid lrwin Shuter William Steele Bruce Stevens HUDSON. SHUTE11, CHRISTIE, H,kRRINGTON. AHL, BIELI, HENSICK, Sci-nun, FIEYVCOMB, CQAERTNER. ABRAHAMSON. DOYLE, HOFP'MAN. IXIMBERLY, STEVENS, NEIL, STEELE l"x.E1'Hx'. REICHLE. ADAMS. ENGSTROM, SCOTT. BRAKE. ROSENBERG, LEYYIS. NICHOLS, PENGELLY. BIVTTERHIELD. IXRUEQER, Moluuss. Enus. I-'xsc-HER. VxNsoN. RUTHYEN, .-XSHMUN, S'rRrc'K1.ER. SILER, BEMER, xv.-KNN, SCH.-xD'1'. Page 120 4 .W ,f Founded ot Betlwony College, Betlwonv, Virgunio. T859 Epsilon Clwopter-Estoblxslwed T876 Number ol notionol clwopters-H75 publication---"Tl1e Roinbown FlowerHRonsy Colors-Purple ond gold CHAPTER OFFICERS MARSHALL STRICKLER . . . ROBERT SAXTON . CHARLES DUBUAR . HEBER ASHMUN . . president Vice-president . Secretory A Treasurer Pg 121 Samuel Diclcie jacl4 Goddard james Aughton Richard Ayling Raul Beebe james Danforth Duane Abbott Montgomery Burch Robert Callahan joseph Cartwright George Dean Walter Auch jaclc Battjes Robert Brown john Earnshaw john Gray Robert Guy Warren l-lagen Slllllll lHl CHAPTER ROLL Seniors Ray l-lansen juniors William Knapp Russell Marsh Sophomores Robert Maynard jaclc Moore Dale Ralmer Robert Rinney Freshmen Pledges Robert l-lart james l-lart Robert Kilpatrick Donald Mcconachie Burnell Marzoll Ralph Merrill Lowell l-leinmiller philip Sirrine joseph Wagar Robert Webber Keith Whitehouse l-larvey Zens Vlfilliam Rollins Morden Shuur l-lowarcl Thomas Robert Wandel Charles Wooclison Kenneth Newman Charles Modraclt Daniel Qrr james Phillips jaclc Reeves Robert Simpson Wesley Stonehouse Pnruvs. B.x'r1'.rEs. AUG:-11-ON. Ona. ROLLINS. C.u.L.xH.xN, XYANDEL, SHUUR. S'roNEHol'sE. H,ART. XYOODXNON. NEWMAN. Accra. K1Lr-.n'R1CK, AIODRACK, REEYES. GUY. GRAY, EARNSHAKY, PINNI-:x MOORE. IHLMER. NYEBBER, PRESTON. Bunn-r, DEAN, XY.-XGAR. RIERRILL, AI.mzoLr'. AIf'f'ON.-KFHIE RIULLINH, IiN.u-P. CRARTWYRIGHT. BE:-:m-1, DANFOHTH. THOMAS, M.n'N.mD. Anaovr, Mrmsn. ZENs, NVHITEHOUSE, DICKIE. AYLING, PIEINMILLER, Gonmino. H.ANSON, SIRRINE. Page 122 , VXI 1? ,Z X235 1. ... Z ,, Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Chia, 1855 Alpha Pi Chapter-' Established 1886 Number of national chaptersf'96 publication-'KlVlagazine ol Sigma Chi" Flower-'White rose Colors-f--Blue and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS jACK GCDDARD .i.. LCWELL i-IEINMILLER . SAMUEL DICKIE . RICHARD AYLING . , President Vice-president Secretary E Treasurer Pg 123 Dicran Acldand Glenn l-lunsberger Morton Nelles Barry Beaclw Marslwall Cook Albert Meinlqe james Furniss Truman Cummings Dick Evans Edward Green William Gregory Robert Grimes SIHMH Nll CHAPTER ROLL Seniors l-loward Krall Ricbard Sclweele Juniors jolin Neitliercut Soplwomores Alan Moore Freshmen Fred Nolting Pledges jaclc Lauer Geary Miller Robert Miller William pitclier l-layden Smitlw Albert lamarelli James Welch William Smeltzer Clwarles VanderLine Edward Yuill james Von der l-leydt Jack Turner Webster Sawyer John Slnaw Wayne Stevens Allen Zimmerman Prrvnsu. KRAL1.. STEVENS, G. BIILLER. BEACH, R. XIILLER, GREGORY, CQRIMES. SAWYER, ZIMMEHMAN, NOLTING, BIOORE, CQREEN, CUMMINGS, MOGLE. You DER HEYDT, FURNISS, FEDERICO, VANDERLINDE, GRAY, NEITHEHCIYT, BIEINKE. x'UILL. AFKLIND, SCHEELE, NELLES, T.-XMARELLI. FOOK. NYELCH, SMELTZER, HUNSBERGER. Smni. Page 124 I, ii .F 44 Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia, 'I869 Gamma Gamma CI1apter'4EstabIisIwed 1895 Number aI national chapters-98 publication-"II1e DeIta" Flower-White rose Colors-Black, wI1ite,and gold CHAPTER OFFICERS MARSHALL COOK . MORTON NELLES . WILLIAM SMELTZEI2 I ALBERT TAMAIZELLI , President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Pg 125 . 1 f .-v.,a, . Y ' ,,. .. ', ,- ,, ,, '- - Il ,. +I N 5 3 aff '1r"3" . 'W , ., L 'ff xfm- Q 'ff "nb , 1, , ' V ' . fn -",l.'i"ff ' ' . , If 1' 'I' f ," I I - eil- K . M I Y' 'U --'gf tk i :wwf 'E' ,V ' , . ' 1 - V lg: Ay- kmv' ft ' . H. . V- .3 1 gl I V I Vt 1 Nh "3 . Am .. ',.' g A r X' ,' ' " . --'Ar .' .R ,Q ,ff- I N .N. , , .Tk ,U A x an X A ' f -if '58 5 V , I '- 1 , .nv F " 1. J . ' x ' ' l- P :v X , ' . ' . f, ., I V l , . ' ' I O-6 nf I ' . , 1 ,' . , , ' 'bu 51 Ve , -- ' P - . 1. . -' , . S ' A , 1 W Q J ' ' ---f af' U ic :Myth ' -N250 ' ' 1 -. 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William Henning l-larger Green ,lohn Sommer john Newman Robert Peters Sheldon Putnam jaclc Rininger Charles Sibert Jack Telander Maurice Trimble Emmet Word John Ward Erwin Feller Dwight Landon Robert Perry PE.-XRSON. PERCT. ALES, Goss. JIZDD. PERRY. N P . 1 , . A , Its, ETER,ow, ARNE5. EITZEL, OLLARD E. WARD. TEL.ANDER, J. WARD, FIRESTONE, RININGEH, SFHALL. SIBERT. H.ANKS, H.u'naE, fi.-KRLINGHOUSE, FOSTER. RENXN'!CK, FLEMING, SMITH. TRIMBLE. NEXN'hiAN, GEISLER, PUTNAM, EMIG, DONALD. BUNCE, C'oHo0N. MUHCH. ANDREVVS, FORD, BRISTAH, SUMMER, GREEN, Bo1Es, HENNING, BROCK, RUGG. Page 126 J - i'I" , fi Q-if 'Q .pst 3 . A in 'f,i ali . ' ' f- . , a Y 'E' n .. ,, -5, Robert Burnes William Carr Edward Cliandler Robert Goss David Harrison Budd ,ludd William Kempl Pledges Robert Mclntosli Don Neitzel james Patterson Frank Pearson Donald Percy Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Omega Clwapter-Establislied january 'l, 1997 Number of national clwapters-'f-42 Publication--Milne Tel4e" l:lowerffRed Carnation Colorsfnnflierry and gray HARGER GREEN JOHN SOMMER Illinois, 1899 Franlc Peterson Darrell Pollard Artlwur Siebert Roger Stevens Eldred Toutant Ned Wilson Robert Wilder CHAPTER OFFICERS WILLIAM HENNING , THOMAS BROCK . President Vice-president . Secretary . Treasurer Pg 127 1, .f , ,Q rl , ,.WXi ,JQ1-x , ,1"1m . , BSP-X X . ' X l"' L ' . sw1,Q ' X ' 1 ,. ,1 Q , ,. ,gi . - I ,I -4 55' Q1 ,1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 3 P . - 1 1 "WN 3,111 9' - ' J f IJKEX-V ' '1 i N V-,"'Cx5X4,fi'DTgQP2WS5-g::-1 ' M fx 11 2111331711 A W1 'X V '1' '15 1 1 '-1 'K nv , , ,Ad -1 ,ff4.f1a-p1'1!f', ' ,.., NH '-ia: -' ' 513. ' .515 .J,1..,k.b Fx 1-X. 1 'V. 1- 1 111 1 1 Gi-N,':,-fx. .Xa-5 '-- ' 1 'Q W .1 ,Q . . .,.1, X . ,"-5NQx illi 1 'I ,fi ' ' "1 fr" ,1- 1 . 4, ' ,- 4-:Qd'x A' l .R 'r' ' - 11.13 1 1 . . 1. .X 11 -- 1 " 555- W1 A gf' , A iff? 'Hfx',QL,fffJ , ns" 1 '1 'E-T51LfL?' -4- ' 1 PETA" 9-", 1 'X L1-'Y v-Q yn I Y 1 'fi 1 1 .W , 1 if. Q -1 X if OA L E Q 5 if -:vi fi 1 H x rl I' Y' S il Q n s , X , s. 5- 411? A of .I .- ' 4 .N 4- 45 ,Q--.WN V WI .. Y 1 Ax' a'Qi'u' uiig-ggjvw an 1 as if- 1 A - The gridiron season of 1939 was the Britons best in twelve VA R S Y years. The purple and gold powerhouse rolled up a total of 170 points while holding their opponents to Q3. A well- balanced squad which had pointed to a conference champion- T B A ship for four years, saw Albion achieve victories in all six conference fights, to win decisively-without even a tie to mar its record. So tight was the defense of the Spranlmlemen, that no conference foe crossed the Briton goal until the last game with l-lope. The thrills which brought campus enthusiasm to its greatest heights in a decade, and left happy memories behind, recall Steve Bebans touchdown pass to Ed l.indow in the Alma game, coming in the last minute of play after a recovered fumble, "Jeep" frazierfs 47 yard return ofa punt in the l-lills- dale game to score the six points which defeated the Dales 6-3, and brought Albion the conference title, and Marry fNiclO 'l'rimble's return of the opening Liclceoff in the Defiance game, for a touchdown. I Mt, Union College, of Qhio,was the only foe to defeat the Britons, winning 13-O in the opening game, played at Mt. Union. Thereafter, Albion was victorious over Alma, 6-O at Alma, defeated Kazoo here, 7-O, trounced Adrian, 5'l-O, Rxn.wHoK, LnNG, IiILL. IDRINKXY.-YFER. H.kNKS, Aww. ilnossnuw. TRIMBLE, HAYHOE, BISINKE, DYER. NICHOLLS. fl.-XDLEY. 'l'ELAND1-m, I-'LEs, Sl'Nx'.m, Gmmss. RENDA, Z1-:Ns. BE,xr'i-i, HART, Donna. W1-JHHEH. PT.-KK, THOMAS, COACH NPRANKLE f'0.at'H W.rr'rs. YANDERLINDE, Zvomx, Kfirnosn Ymoxns. FEDERICO, I,1NDow, Harms. Coax, NELSON. LL'xENBERc:. FRAZIER Page 130 JOHNS, llELESTOR. HAWKINS. ORTH, SIMPSON, Mi'rcHELL. PITCHER. I"ERuL'soN, I-IAc:.xN, Mc'IN'ros1-1. H.uJLEx', TODD. 'f0UTANT. JEWELL. EVANS. CHHHISTIE, MILLER, REEVES. FOXYLER, SIEHERT, CQOACH Mr'15LHANEx RODDA. Hrmz, TAYLOR, .I.xc'ous, STANFORD, C'.mLx'LE. Tonus. H.AH1', lxRoNx-JR, DUGUID. wliipped Defiance, 48-O, won over l-lillsdale, 6-3, on tlwe Dales' own stamping grounds,crusl1ed Olivet at Homecoming, 39-O, and Finislied tlwe season witlw a triumplw ofl3-7 over l-lope. For two straiglwt weelcs, Albion was listed as one of tbe First Five in biglw-scoring college teams in tlwe country by tlwe New York limes. Walt Ptalc, Homer Frazier, and Willy Long were listed on tlwe Little All-American team, composed ol top-notclw players from tlie best small-college teams in tlrie country. We can proudly say tlwat tlne Britons ol 1939 were among tl'ie strongest-eil not tlie strongest--ol tlwe "Fighting Briton" teams ever to represent Albion on a Football Field. llie Albion yearlings turned out one ol tlwe scrappiest lresliman teams in recent years, last tall, tlwouglw no inter- collegiate contests were sclweduled. Drill consisted mostly ol fundamentals and scrimmage witln tlie varsity. probably tlwe strenuous practice sessions, wliicli tlie frosli gave tlie varsity, bad mucli to do witli tlrie Britonls line sliowing in winning tlwe conference title. Ordell fVlcEllWaney, ex '39, and winner ol tlie M. l. A. A.'s First most valuable player award in football, was in cliarge ol tlne squad. Particularly strong at tlrie taclcle positions were "Pop" Striz and Bob Rodda. ,laclc Reeves, Brad slolwns, and Ed loutant stood out in tlie baclclield. FHESHMI-lN FUUTBALL Page 131 VARSITY BASKETBALL For the third successive year, the Briton cagers just missed out on the conference championship, finishing in a second place tie with Alma. A squad, containing perhaps the greatest wealth of basketball material ever assembled at Albion, started the season successfully, but faded in its last four games. Coach E. F. Voltmer will have to begin with a comparatively green squad in '4'l, losing virtually his complete team-which just couldnit seem to win when the chips were down. Albion began its season in top form to upset the highly touted veterans from Calvin, 49-35, in Kresge Gymnasium. Ypsilanti then fell, 33-Q7, Hillsdale opened the conference schedule with the Purple and Gold and lost, 32-Q6, behind the Briton's offensive. The Toledo Rockets, a team ranking among the first ten in collegiate basketball, were given a stiff battle, but managed to win from Albion at Toledo by a 47-4'l score. Then the Britonites began to unleash an attack which saw them win eight straight ball games, as they seemed to be moving toward the long-avvaited M. l. A. A. title. Qlivet was trampled, 33-18, Michigan Normal was defeated, 49-36, Alma vvas edged out, Q8-Q7 in an unusually close contest, Adrian lost after putting up a game fight, 35-QB, l'lope was vanquished 39-Q7 by a great Briton rally in the last half, Kazoo vvas vvolloped, 49-26, and Qlivet was crushed SQ-Q7, Albion piling up its seasonis highest total against the Comets. Then the Voltmerites suffered their initial conference loss in a see-saw battle at Alma, losing out, 38-36, in a game which could have gone either vvay. l'lope put a final damper on Albion's T940 title hopes by upsetting us, 30-Q4, on our home floor, which was the first defeat suffered by the local quintet in its ovvn gym in QQ starts. The Britons bounced back to defeat Adrian, 45-QQ, but unexpectedly dropped their last encounter to Kazoo, 47-37. Albion finished the year with a conference record of 9 Wins and 3 losses, and a seasonal record of Tl victories and 4 defeats. NIf'HOLLS, P'i'.xK. Mins. M. Toon. Suziumf. Kicmzimu. Tmmmsn, Zvomx. VOM'-ii XTOLTMER, Co.wH W.vr'rs. AARIMES, Annls, lil-Jn.-xN. AJEDUNIAK, XVANDEHLINDLI, I", COOK, I,UxENm:1m, AEDERICO, Page 132 Fawn Yourxnzn. PETERSON. HLXYNIAKER, Bu'i'1,sla, NELSON, Hximii Three veterans returned lor the 1939 tennis season, and with two promising players coming up from the freshman team, the Briton racquet wielders appeared to be in good shape for a successful season. Dale Butler, Don Nelson, and l-layden Smith represented the veteran strength, while Ralph Peterson and Durlield Slaymalcer provided the new talent. Under the direction of Dr. E. F. Voltmer, the courtmen ended the regular season in a tie lor third place, and Finished in fourth place in the Nl. l. A. A. Field Day play-orls. A strong Kalamazoo team, which had just Finished an eleven game tour to the South, was too strong lor the Britons in their initial match and won, 6-'l. Albion returned stronger in its next match and swept through an Adrian team for a 7-O victory. ln a close match with Michigan State Normal College Albion was again successful, winning, 4-3. The win strealc was continued against l'lillsdale, the Britons winning this time, 6-l. Again the local squad met a non-conference opponent in Calvin College, but won by a decisive 7-O score. ln their match with Alma, the Britons lost a heart-brealcing 4-3 meet, which dropped them behind l'lope in the M, l. A. A. standings. During the season, the local team had the opportunity of playing on an improved set ol courts at Alumni Field, which are now the Finest in the conference. i uri VARSITY TENNIS Page 133 VARSITY TRACK 1939 Alter three years of superiority by Kalamazoo and three years of oblivion for Albion in M. l. A. A. indoor traclc, the tables were turned this year as the Britons scored 6'l T-3 points to 48 by the Hornets to talce the indoor track crown. The Britons started out slowly, losing to M. S. N. C., 72M to l7Vg. The bright spot ol the meet however was the low hurdles when Albion made a slam, talcing the First three places. Gaining momentum, the Spranlclemen tripped Bowling Green, 595 to 4455, when l'lenry Barnes, Stuart Card, and Dick Spielan brolce three track records there. At the meet the Britons toolc eight Firsts in the eleven events. At the Michigan State college track carnival at East Lansing, two relay teams representing Albion turned in victories. The mile team deleated Wayne, while the half- milers whipped Kalamazoo. Climax of the season came when Albion ended the long reign of Kazoo over M. l. A. A. indoor traclc. Albion toolc six out of a possible 'IQ First, scoring at least three points in every event ol the meet. Capt. Bob Schneider led Briton scoring with 16 points, getting First in the 40 yd. high hurdles and high jump. Cooper set a new M. l. A. A. record in the 440. Spielan tied the conference low hurdle record, Burns toolc First in the 40 yd. dash, and Card topped the pole- vaulters. X'URCHENCO, FOOPER. ASHMUN, FEDERICO. Suzi ENS. COOK, PETERSON. STRICKLER. PTAK. WELSH. SCHADT. W IQING, SCHNEIDER, FRY. IQRALL. KRUEGER, EQPIELAN, Lama!-JRT, KUHN. CROSBY, RUTLEDGYE. BABINGTON. H. PRAZIER. X COACH SPRANKLE, BARNES, BLEECKER, CARD, S.xL1sBUm', S1-ALL, LUXENBERG, BEBAN, XX EISER, FLEMING, BURNS, D. 1-RAZER. Page 134 The Spring season of '39 saw Coach Dale R. Spranlcle's frosh traclcsters engage in four intercollegiate meets. The Briton First year men defeated Kalamazoo College decisively, but lost to Western State Teacheris College Frosh in regular meets. ln telegraphic meets with Colby Frosh of Waterville, Maine, and Qberlin College, Albion tied and lost respect- ively. The climax of the year came in the M. l. A. A. Fresh- man Nleet, with Albion Finishing second to a great team from Alma. Dr. Voltmer was in charge of the Freshman tennis program, which included some intercollegiate meets. Those participat- ing secured valuable training and seasoning for varsity com- petition in coming years, Bill l'loughton and Forest l-lanna loolced lilce promising varsity material in squad practice and intercollegiate contests, Nine numerals were awarded to the 1939-1940 Freshman baslcetball team. No intercollegiate contests were permitted under an M. l. A. A. ruling, which accounted for the small squad. Nevertheless, good scrimmages were provided for the varsity, and the squad, despite its size was a strong one. Numerals went to Frosh Duguid, Jacobs, loutant, Chandler, Nester, Tobias, Spears, Meli, and l-lill. The cagers were coached by Ted Watts, and it is expected that he will send up some good material lor next year's varsity insolar as Dr. Voltmer lost nearly his complete team through graduation, and the need for new talent is apparent. Jacobs, Chandler, Nester, and Meli loolced like potential candidates lor the '41 quintet. FHESHMAN TRACK Page 135 'WI OBSERVATORY AND BOOKSTORE EPWORTH PHYSICS LABORATORY """'l :?"""""" F-"7 " 'i 1""""'- ""-11",--' .-6:73-,.. VARSITY GULF Under the capable direction of Dr. Raymond G. Spencer, the 1939 Briton golfers stroked their way to an undefeated season, only to lose out in the M. l. A. A. Field Day Meet to Kalamazoo, whom they had defeated earlier in the Spring. Fritz Adams and jim Frylogle turned in the best scores during the year, though it was Mort Nelles, ten loot putt on the eighteenth hole, which won a close match lor the Britons at Qlivet, and kept them in the running. Alma College was the only school to play the Britons to a tie, the meet ending in a 6-6 score. Albion turned in a 7-5 win over North Manchester, and also defeated Calvin College in non-conference competition. Conlerence victories were scored over l-lillsdale, Kalamazoo, l-lope, and Qlivet. Three veterans will return lor the 1940 sauad, which should prove to be valuable assistance in the drive lor the All-Sports Trophy. All local matches were played on the Duck l.ake golf course. NELLES, AYLING, DR. SPENCER, FRYFOGLE, ADAMS l Page 136 3 Q 'S lu i :ai , I N Albion's "Miss Britonf' Carol l'larger, was chosen this Spring during the Big Three weekend, over all other senior women. "Miss Briton," besides being attractive and popular, has a string of activities accredited to her since her freshman year here. She is an officer ofthe Alpha Chi Omega sorority, is a member of the Spanish club, Art club, Forum club, the Campus Religious Council, and W. A. A. She has served on the Y. W. C. A. cabinet and Student Council. Last spring she was chosen president of Chevron because of her scholastic ability and her activities on campus. "Miss Britons' court consisted ofthe four girls who were in competition with her for the honor. They were Helen Compton, Shirley Frye, Millicent Murdoch, and Marian Yinger. Page 137 VARSITY L B Membership in the Varsity club is based wholly on athletic C awards and individual ability. The group has been especially cooperative in sponsoring the "Big Three" weelcend when 'llVliss Britonn is elected. The coed chosen lor this honored position is representative of the campus at the M. l. A. A. lraclc and Field Day held in May. Beside worlcing on the "Big Three", the club sponsors many of the all campus migrations to foreign Fields of athletic intrigue, commonly lqnown as Hcaravansn. From this group is chosen the "Vigilante Council" whose duty it is to impress the freshmen with the importance of tradition on campus. OFFICERS FRED KRUEGER . . . . President AL FEDERICQ . Vice-president BOB HART . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS RENDA, f.lRIMES, PETERSON, Tnxzunu-1. BARNES. H.k1'HOE, COOPER, FLES, VANDIQRLINDE, BEACH, M. COOK, PTAK. NIC'HOLLS. ALSIP, RYE.-XCHOK. GROSSMAN. HILL. DODDS, LONG. FLEMING. NELSON, NELLES, Cl0.-KCH SPRANKLB, IQRALL, C'oAcH VOLTMER, SMITH, QQARLINGHOUSE. F1-:DUN1AK. BEHAN, FEDERICO, KRUEGER, HART LUXENBEHG, ZVONIK. F. COOK. Page 138 OFFICERS LURA POWELL ...,. President JEAN BAUMGARTNER . Vice-president LOIS READER . , , Secretary l-lAZEl. CAUKIN , Treasurer SPORT MANAGERS MAR JORIE MAcR BARBARA BLAKE Bi T. HARING , RUTH ARREL , MARY L. FQSTER MARGARET HILL REG iNoRAM . JEAN FOWLER MARTAN DoTEN DCDRIS HARROUN HELEN BLAKESLEE BETTY EVANS Arclwery Hockey Basketball Volleyball Bowling . Tennis A Riding Canoeing Swimming Badminton l"'lilcing Bicycling WUMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSUEIATIUN ALBION COLLEGE ALBION, MICHIGAN ONE HYNDRED AND FIFTH IYEAR EDIIFATION FOR SERYICF LIBERAL ARTS Musie - Art A Home Economies Public Speakingwf'1'eativeW1'iting Business Acliiiiiiisttmtioii .Iouriialisui PRE-PROFESSIONAL COURSES ' Dentistry ' E1lgI1IGE'I'II1g ' Forestry ' Law ' Medicine Fine Faculty Adequate Equipment Full Accreditation Not too large f Not too small - JUST RIGHT Fon FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRuss PRESIDENT JOHN L. SEATON ALBION COLLEGE, ALBION, MICHIGAN Pg 140 The Yr-nr 19-10 Marks the Fiftieth AIllllX'l1I'Nt1l'jV of tht- ALBIONIAN For more than oire-fourtli of that fifty years we liaw- lJUl'I1 inuking photographs for the Annual and liaw r-iijoyc-tl the K'XlJi'l'lt'llf'l'- it kc-ops us fee-ling young to work with young people. We lnive regarded our work for the Alhionian as u sac-if-tl trust, and lnive CI1ClPL1V0l'W.l to maintain ll high standard of fpliotognipliir- quality in keeping with the high staiidarcls of Albion College and its personnel. Jlllf' the future -rears bring ever better . . . bigger ..., A LBIONIAXS All negatives made during the past years are kept on file and our customers often will on us for duplif-ate photographs. HARLAND A. Lvnwio The Ludwig Studio 414 South Superior THE ALBION COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSN. FOVNDED lR6l, INCORPORATED 1872. OFFICE ESTABLISHED 1926 " C'4lllS9l'YL1t4ll' of the Past--Aid to the Present Advor-:ite of the Future" Member of the American Alumni Council I1z1'z'Ief The Membership and Cooperation of lfvery Former Student of Albion Through The Albionian Loyalty Fund Membership entitles the holder to lo Triumphe, Bulletins, Directories, the right to vote for College Trustees, and insures the continuing of many College Friendships. The 1940 ALBIONIAN hound in A MOLLOY-MADE COVER from the DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT 2857 NORTH XVESTERN TAYENFE C'H1C'AGO, ILLIXOIS Page 141 Pg 142 Left, Top Row: "Girls' 'A' Club" Left, Center: Volleyholl Champions Deon l-loll Left, Bottom Row All-Stor Bosketboll 'learns Right, Top Row: Vorsity lenni Right, Center: Bicycling Right, Bottom R Archery S OW EEHOME EC" was never like this . . Cooking Ou 21 Hi-LO Vamp Stun- is il snap! Anyoum- mm IIIWHIIIP :1 gmnlOuTdOO1'f'OOk whvll lu- 01111 l'l'fLlll1lIl' the heat :ms 1-iff-ctivvly as if r-Ookiug On za gals stun: The grid 1-Ollapsvs :md fits iusimh- the mc-tail H11- pan, wllivh in turn fits in il hz-:ivy c-:11'1lIwOu1'ml v:u'tOO11 for easy r'a1'1'y- ing. The Campus-wise are camp-wise . . . they use Hi-Lo Camp Stoves. UNION STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY - ALBION, MICH. SULLIVAN'S THE FOUNTAIN OF ALBION YOUTH Corner Superior and Erie Streets FROM A HICK'S DAIRY FRIEND Phone 27 Page 143 UP-TO-DATE ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR PETRAKIS AND BOURNELIS PROPRIETORS Serving Students for 20 Years PO ST TAV ERN For Hospitality, IYOIIVOIIIQIICP C IOIIIIOFT and Sv1'vi0e Rates from 32.00 V. H. IXIIlN'1'tiU'NIEliY, INI2lIl:igQl' Your Special Pastry Orders Given Prompt Attention by Our Graduate of Siebel! Institute of Baking HUBER'S BAKERY L Y PM P LI M ENTA R Y J. C. PENNEY co. "NATIONAL ORGANIZATION" THE SERVICE CASTER AND TRUCK COMPANY ALBION, MICHIGAN Manufacturers of Material Handling Equipment A P P L E S ! Ne- Ru- Bar ORCHARDS C' C. T.u'l,oiz PH. T013-F5 KOON'S HARDWARE Phone 20 WE DELIVER HUBERT'S Flowers For A11 Occasions Pnoxi-1 T09 MEMBER FLORIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY P gl44 THE PLEIAD Bringingtotlle SfLld0I1fSl1Ild Faculty of Albion College Ll LLOIIIDICTC Record for Over 5U Years of the Avtivitivs and Interests on thc- C LLIVIIIIJUS ll? E,N4ft'7Ilf Our ,fpprrrizzliozz For The C0017t'7'flli0II Shown fill The 1939-40 PLEIAD lilvlulzlm L. Ifmm I"1u':m111u1'K Kurl-14:1 lclliflbl'-ill-L'lli0f Business Mgr. ALBION COLLEGE Co-OPERATIVE Assm'1A'1'1oN College Book Store E.flaHi.ff1c'12' 1893 HAYDEN SMITH . .1I!Z11IZlft'l' HERBERTW LOMBARD . ,'l.r.vl. .Urzzzzzgvr FROST'S SHOE STORE Same Location Since 1867 Shoes for the Entire Family L. F. BLAISDELL FINEST CLOTHING FOR COLLEGIATES .Jfwa-v5 Firxt l1'ifh The LATEST COLLEGE XYEAR VAUGHN AND RAGSDALE 4116113 Store - II'0men',v .Wore B O W L I For Your Hmffhfv Sake Ill PICKEN'S Page 145 SUN DIAL MlKE'S NORTH HALL ROBINSON HALL 2 fi, FI 'H 5? ii ij IQ iw :A L3 I WE CONGRATULATE YOU on the Completion of Your College Career and Thank you for the business you have given us. We Will Be Glad To Continue Assisting You. if Firxf willz fha Laffnrf CLO THING if MAURICE S. GORDON CO. BATTLE CREEK THE GALE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Grey Iron Semi-Steel and Alloyed Castings JXLBIHN, NTICHIGAN C'OlNlPLlMl+IXTS Serving W Breakfasts and Lunches at our THE HART HOTEL liA'l'Tl,l'I CR IC IC K MICH. 40 Foot Fountain J O H N S T O N ' S WE DELIVER PHONE zoo ll? ,Irv zz! Your -Yt7'1'il't' TUCHTENHAGEN .I HWIil,liR K OP'l'OlNll4'l'RlS'l' Corner Cass and Superior Phone 414 "At the Sign of the Big Clock" HAROLD F. WOCHOLZ Dependable Fuel Quality Foods The Best is Always Worth A Few Cents More- We Have It. Page 146 It's Tops for Toast . . FOLSOM'S Finer Bread for Extra Goodness ALBION PASTRY COMPANY Spring Calls For Sporting Goods! Tennis Rackets Ball Gloves Tennis Balls Ball Bats Racket Presses Soft Balls Phone 139 W. A. LITLE HARDWARE MORE OF THE BEST FOR LESS KROGER'S JOHN O. GILBERT CHOCOLATE COMPANY JACKSON, MICHIGAN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA L SEXTON SERVICE OFFERS You ' T111-11111y11a1i11111111y:1111'1-1'1is1-11 111':11111 111' 1'111111s pl'1'1JLll'1'l1 1-X1-111si1'1-ly 1-111' 1111- i11sti111ti1111111 111111-111-1. ' r111ll1 s1-1-111'ity 111' 1-1111111's1-1111-111 115' 311 1111- 11-1111i11g t1':1f11- :1ss111-111t11111s 111 1111- 111s1i1111i1111:11 H1-111 111 1111- l'11i11-11 Stz111-s. ' T111- 1:11-111111-s 171. 1111- 11111y 11'111111-s1111- 151-111-1-1'y 1-1,1n1p1111y 11111-11111112 111:1111s 111 1111- 11111 I'J1'111f'11JQ11 A1111-1'i1-:111 111111'k1-1s- F1111-11g11 and N1-11' Y111'1c. ' As l'l'l11,11'1'1xl1 11y AI111'1'1f'11'S 1111'g1-st 11is11'i1111t111's of 1111111111-1' 11-11 1-5111111-11 1'111111s, 21 111511111-tivo s1-1'1'i1-1- 1111 :1 1-11111- 1111-11- :1ss111'11111-111 111' 1111z11i1y 1'111111s 11:11-111-11 111 this i11s1i1111i1111z11 sim- 1-1111- 1:11111-1'. 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Laldivs Hvacly-to-Wf-nl' :xml fIl'Ill'l'1ll liry-Gomls BULLEN'S MCDOUGAL 8a YOUNG Dealers in Quality Fuels Phone 113 116 N. Superior street MOORE'S MUSIC CO. EXCLUSIVE DEALER for the EVERETT ORGATRON PH. 25 ALBION BRADFORD'S BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 407 HUFFMAN'S The Man's Store FINE FURNISHINGS QUALITY CLOTHING MAPLE CITY AUTO COMPANY BUICK P PONTIAC Sales and Service Pg 149 Page 150 x.......r f X N ,A-rf' Y +".Zi: 1y1f...'2fS'g:1 fr if :ft 'Seaway kill .,- M. . .,,. .. ,. .......f- - b - , .fifisl-, ' - - -ri-gr' v -J ,-ytrwfi s r ., V w 14. ,L 'Y s wa Q in Q:wL"' ' 1 t. 1' .11-51, A devotion to an ideal, by master craftsmen, in the production of high quality engravings merits the Service Engraving Company an enviable position in the school annual field. Truly this name symbolizes all that is fine in the creation of superior yearbooks. iw'lf'1?'l' C?577?l'fI1'l3?y Cgfrllwlllly ' IYVZ - 1 N Ltiibiziiisiiiii --- RO Io win and consistentlyliold a place as tlwe recognized leader ol sclwool annual printing, Iwas been tlie record ol Rogers Printing Company since its beginning in 1908. Ilwat we Imaye, during a period of 32 years, success- Iully produced Iwundreds ot annuals for sclnools tlwrouglw- out tlwe country, attests our ability to satisfy completely tlwe most discriminating Year Boolc Stall. New ideas, coupled vvitln tlwe knowledge and experi- ence gained tlwrouglw a quarter of a century's service, insure tlwe scliool that clwooses a Rogers printed bool: ol ideal pages I'I:rom Start to Finish." We are proud tlwat tlie stall of II"IIf ALBIQINIIAN entrusted its printing to our organization and we Irerewitlw present it as an example ol our worlc. GERS PRINTING COMPANY 307 309 First Street 228 N. LaSalle Street DIXON ,ILLINOIS . 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HIGHSTONE, FORD, ANDREWS, Dxclixl-:. MEMBERS Trios. H. Andrews Richard Ford Dr, H. M. Battenliouse Dr. K. G. Hance Samuel Dickie Warren Highstone Mr. Joseph J. Irwin, Advisor An lionorary co-educational journalistic fraternity, Alplia plii Gamma requires tlwat members maintain a lwigli sclwolarslwip record and serve in one of the responsible editing or business positions on tlie Albionian or pleiad lor a minimum of a year. Alter election members continue to serve on tlie publications. llie organization, reorganized lwere in 1939 vvitl'i Five members, lwas as its purpose, tlwe desire to recognize individual acliievement and ability in journalistic pursuits in Colleges and universities, to Serve and promote tl'1e welfare of tlwe college tlwrouglw journalism, to establislw cordial relationsliips between tlwe students and members of tlwe profession and to unite in a fraternal vvay, congenial students interested in journalism. ALPHA PHI GAMMA Page 26 OFFICERS CAROL HARGER . , President KATHRYN PATTERSON Vice-ofewdenr MARY MARGARET BALDWIN Secretarb' MILLICENT MLJRDOCI-1 Treosurer KATHRYN DlETRlCl-l l-lxstorlan MEMBERS Mary Margaret Baldyvrn Carol l-larger Kathryn Dlerrlch Marle Kuhn Shnley Frye Mllllcent Murdoch Kclthryn pcttersim Chevron is a local honorary society lor sensor Women Not more than enght second semester junvor women are chosen each year at a tapping service held at the May Break- fast. Chevron corresponds to Mortar Board, womens' natnonal honorary socuety, rn that the basls for membershnp ns founded on scholarshrp, personalrty, and contrlbutuon to the college Drfgrm- H Hmnxux, II music, I'.u lrftksux. lu HN Urns Hun Klrwcrmr H I-fxfsug, Vu XMI' l'NHXI'2. CHEVRON .:, x':. xg, ,'7f 1,1 'k5" L A ' fil' 5 ffl: Page 27 IIELTII SIGIVIII IIHU OFFICERS WILLIAM I-IENNING . . . . President ALICE NLITTING ,... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ElIZGbetl1 Abbott Leslie Fleming Mary Margaret Baldwin Elizabeth Mcllvenna James Bristoh Betty McDougal I-l'iOl'T'IOS Brock Lucy fvlildren Donn Doten Lois Tapert Cl'1GrleS Elliott Robertq Wiener KOTIIVYH FISCIW Laurence Wiley PI KAPPA DELTA Dr. Vera Buck Dr. I-I. O. Hendrickson Miss Beulah Champ Dean Emil LeIIler Dr. K. G. I-lance Mr. C. A. Peters Dr. R. G. Spencer Delta Sigma Rho, oldest ol the national Iorensic honor societies, was founded on this campus in 'l9'l'l, Five years after the national organization was Iounded. There are now seventy chapters ol this Iraternity throughout the United States. A student, to become a member, must have junior standing, must participate Ior three years in varsity deloatef and must be in one intercollegiate and at least two local oratorical contests. XYILEY, T.wER'1'. BROUK. DOTEN. I"LEM1NG, AIRTJOUGAL. DR. SEATON. Miss CIH.-KMP. DR. HANCE. MR. LEFFLER. Mn. PET!-ms. MR, PAHL, DR. Hncx, WIENER. Iflsr-H, IXICIUENNA, Buls-MH, NlI'l'TlNG, HENNING. BALDXYIN, ELLIOTT, ABBOTT, AIILDREN. Page 28 Him., I,0yi.:xuN, Pi-:itiiixe Tsmsnizii, I,iNnLm'. B.xLL.um. DVNN, Sicssross. Xlwvu XX H Yum it 'XLLEY HL!-IE'KER C' f 'H lf if R .ti. A n.. , A., .. i ,:EIbLL. INHE. BI.uN.xRo. BLAKE. Ii.wxiis.xRTx1-:R, Mit. INt:,x1.i..s, Du, SLEILEHT. BETZ. Evans. Kic.u'TH Pt'TN,txi, Mtfox. Ru-"1'i-JR. SLEIGHT. Ixizitni. Esusu. Iiiuiut. OFFICERS NORMAN SLEIGHT , DOROTHY RAFTER MARGARET INGRAM . Gerald Allen Robert Ballard Beryl Baumgartner Lorna Betz Barbara Blake Harrie Bleeclcer Paul Dunn Robert Esling Elizabeth Evans MEMBERS Marvin Geisler Joseph Hill Margaret lngram John Krauth David Lawler Melvin Lindley Ernest Longman Herbert McCoy Robert Maynard , President . Vice-president , Secretary-Treasurer Don Murch Mark Putnam Dorothy Rafter Harrison Roark Cecil Sessions Norman Sleight Robert Sunyar ,lack Te-lander Emmet Ward Albion's chapter ol Kappa Mu Epsilon, national honorary mathematical society, is Michigan Alpha, The purpose ol the group is to provide a society For the recognition ol students in mathematics and to bring them together in fraternal relation- ship, thus furthering in them an interest in mathematics and a development oi an appreciation lor its beauty. KAPPA MU EPSILUN Page 29 iililianl MU ROHERTH, LORD. HAGERMAN, XVAGNER, SCHUMACI-IER. FERRIS. STOWE, B1As1'oCK, MRS. HANCE, MRS, VOSBURGH, Mus. ROWLAND, At'KLr:x'. CHCBB. Dnwms, llnuulu, NX HITLEY, HORNUNG, NORTON, INGR.-XM. BRIGGS, BATES. SARA JANE I-IORNUNG FLORENCE NORTON BEATRICE NESBITT A OFFICERS MARY MARGARET BALDWIN , Seniors Georgia Atho Mary Margaret Baldwin Cecile Chubb Sara ,lane l-lornung Beatrice Nesbitt juniors l-lelen Ackley Margaret Ingram Florence Norton ACTIVES PLEDGES Freshmen Sophomores Betty Carriclc Kathleen Hagerman Mary Ellen Ferris Laura Marie Lord Barbara Schumacher jane Valentine Mrs. Kenneth G. lnlance Mrs. Marvin Pohl ADVISORS , President Vice-president . Secretory , Treasurer Sophomores Helen Louise Biastock Alice Briggs Mary l-lelen Bates Mildred Dewire Barbara Graham Doris Stowe Dorothy Whitley juniors Ruth Roberts Phyllis Wagner Mrs. Louis U. Rowland Mrs. Theo, Vosburgh Organized in 1930, Lambda Mu, local honorary musical sorority, has as its aims, the furthering of interest in music on the Albion campus and the encouraging ol a cooperative spirit among women musicians of the college. Members are chosen each year on the basis of interest shown in music, general participation in music, and scholarship, OFFICERS DR. R. G, SPENCER . DR. I-I. O. FULLER MEMBERS Mary Margaret Baldwin James Bristah Shirley Frye l-larger Green Quentin McDonald Millicent Murdoch FACULTY MEMBERS . . President Secretory-Treasurer Kathryn Patterson Dorothy Rafter Lorene RUDD Norman Sleight l-layden Smith -john Sommer, jr. Phi Beta Kappa or Sigma Xi Dr. A. M. Chiclcering Miss Dorothy Engle Dr. l-l. Q. Fuller Dr. D. M. Gilbert Dr. F. S. Goodrich Dr. K. G. l-lance Dr. A. l-'l. l-larroo Dr. J. S. Marshall Dr. G. W. Prescott Dr. D. M. Randall Dr. R. G. Spencer Phi Gamma, local honorary scholastic lraternity, cor- responds to Phi Beta Kappa, national scholastic Fraternity to be installed onthe Albion college campus next lall. Annual elections are held each spring and members ol the college laculty who are members ol Phi Beta Kappa or Sigma Xi select lor membership into the group, those seniors who have maintained a high scholastic average during their lour years in college. KICIJONALD, SLEIGHT. BRISTAH. RtPP. PATTERSON. MURDOCH. 1'SRYE,V SMITH, BALDYVIN, SUMMER. R.AFTER, GREEN. PHI GAMMA Page 31 THETI-I IILPHIIP HI OFFICERS MARIAN YINGER .,.. . . President EDWARD BOIES . . , Vice-president MARY MARGARET BALDWIN . . Secretory DONN DOTEN . . . . Treasurer NORMAN SLEIGI-IT , . . . Custodian LOIS TAPERT ...., . . Historian MISS BEULAI-l G. CHAMP . Director MEMBERS Mary Margaret Baldwin Shirley Frye Faith Manning Edward Boies Charles Gildart Alice Nutting Mr. Clarence Peters Lois Tapert Marian Yinger Dr, K. G. l-'lance Mr. ,joseph Irwin Samuel Dickie Donn Doten Those students who are members ol the Albion College Players and who do commendable worlc in either production or actual dramatic work, are elected to Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatic fraternity. Epsilon chapter ol Albion College was installed in May, 1929. The purposes ol this fraternity are to increase interest, stimulate creativeness and loster artistic achievement in all of the allied arts and crafts ol the theatre. Theta Alpha Rhi is the highest honor to which a college actor can attain. Epsilon chapter on Albion's campus worlcs within the group ol Albion College Players and sponsors the productions of the larger group. "Arms and the Manf' by George Bernard Shaw, and Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer prize ploy, "0ur Town," are noteworthy plays ol this year's season. TAPEHT, Miss Crump, DR. H.iNC'E, MR. PETERS, MR. IRYVIN. DOTEN, BIANNINC FRYE, CQILDART, BALDYVIN, Bones. X'INGEF., DICKIE. NUT-rms. Page 32 Buorx. T'3LEECKER. l4'L.u-x,u1gN. DR. H1-:Nmuc-KSON, BURNS. PLATI-J. ST!-3wxRT SLEIGHT, B.-KLDNYIN, XTINGEH., XX INTER. OFFICERS NORMAN Sl.ElGl-lT , . President MARIAN YINGER . , , Vice-president MARY MARGARET BALDWIN Secretary-Treasurer MILDRED PLATE ,.,, Corresponding Secretary MEMBERS Seniors juniors Mary Margaret Baldwin l-larrie Bleeclcer William Burns Thomas Brock Norman Sleight Mildred Plate Marian Yinger Willa Winter Sophomores jean Stewart Thomas Flahaven ADVISOR Dr, l-l. O. l-lendricleson Formed to represent student opinion in all campus activities, and to act as intermediary between the students and laculty, the Student Council strives to aid the student body as a whole to sense that through participation and management, Albion college activities will be based upon student interests. A representative group, comprised ol members ol the senior, junior, and sophomore classes, and one laculty member, the Student Council sponsors several activities. This year the council sponsored the 'Big Three" weelcend, all class elections and numerous social events. STUDENT CUUNCIL Page 33 ALBIUN CULLEBE PLAYERS OFFICERS MARIAN YINGER .,.. . President EDWARD BOIES .,A. . Vice-president MARY MARGARET BALDWIN . . Secretary DONN DOTEN . . . . Treasurer NORMAN SLEIGHT .,..., Custodian ADVISORS Miss Beulah G, Champ Dr. K. G. l-lance Mr. Clarence Peters MEMBERS Mary Margaret Baldwin Charles Gildart Ann Robinson Edward Boies Mr. Joseph -l. lrwin Norman Sleight Samuel Dickie Walter james Lois Tapert Donn Doten Marian Kurtz Peter Vanson Marian Daren Faith Manning Marian Yinger Shirley Frye A lice Nutting Page 34 ROBINSON, Y.-KNSON. DICKIE. CQILDART. Do'1'EN, PETERS, CHAMP. PI,-KNCE, TAPERT, FRYE. IxUR'rz, DOTEN, BALDWIN, YING1-JR. Bones, NL'TTrNa The Albion College Players is a local dramatic club. Requirements tor membership in the organization are ability in dramatic or production worlt and membership in the assoc- iated group ol the Players, Through a plan for the collaboration ol the play direction class and the Albion College student players, a larger group of students are given an opportunity to do something in drama. They present several one-act plays throughout the year before groups in the community, out ol town, and in the college chapel. Approximately QOO students participated in the production ol these student directed plays, and other plays sponsored by Theta Alpha Phi, i '- - -rg: V -fu 'ff' -s ' '31 ' 1. ,,N,,..,.1s-1-so x 5 1 I xf llllpivf ,lf V415 QA ,Na 14445 g ,, fi ALBIUN CULLEEE ASSUEIATE PLAYERS ADVISORS Miss Beulah G. Champ Dr. K, G. l-lance Mr. Clarence Peters ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Willard Adams Charlotte Baker l-larrie Bleeclcer Ross Bunce William Carr jean Clase Genevieve Copeland Arthur Dibden jack Garlinghouse Lily May Geisler Barbara Graham Alan Gray Charles Guidot Tess I-lensiclc Beatrice Kettell Lucy Nlildren Elinor Murphy Marian Reavey Robert Scott Betty Slack Lloyd Smith l-larry Stewart jean Stewart Shirlie Stouiter john Ward Robert Wesley Laurence Wiley Verne Wolfe Virginia Guy Robert Guy XYILEX. Burnt-Kitit. CARL, ,-Kimura, STEw.t1n'. XYQLFE, XYl:sLEx. KQCIDOT. tlHLttt.x3.I. liuusit. Ixi1:'1"rx-:Lu Mn, PETERS, MIssf'H.uir1, Du. HANCE. BIILDREN,CL.XSE rin.-xx. llL'HI'llX till Ll:IR,fiI'Y.HEN5Ir'K.-l.STEXX'fXR1 5TOl'FFEll, RE.xx'I-:X "LM lx The Associated members of the Albion College Players are a probationary group, membership ol which is gained through tryouts each tall. Associate membership is a pre- requisite for lull membership in the Albion College players. Requirements for membership into the Associate group are tryouts or production worl4, and merits earned by worl4 in dramatic productions. Alter being admitted into the organiza- tion, members worlq lor points towards lull membership. Alter having obtained this, they worlq for membership into Theta Alpha Phi. Page 36 A tour ol three states, Michigan, lndiana and lllinois, with a total ol Q5 concerts in as many cities, comprised the itinerary ol the sixth annual trip of the 55-piece Albion College Band which is under the direction ol Mr. Conway Peters, Included on the program lor the spring tour was a solo by Robert Sauter, and a slcit, Sweethearts, a Musical Fantasia," by Mr. Peters, with Kathleen Smith as Suzabelle and lhos. l-l. Andrews as l.ul4e, the sherihf from l'lollar Crilc BAND URCHESTRA Musical numbers by the composers, Beethoven, Bizet, Gounod, Saint Saens and Kretschmer were included in the program ol the concerts given by the Albion College Qrchestra. The group ac- companied the band on the spring tour which included three states, and gave two home concerts in the chapel. . i 5 Page 37 Bruce Feighner CHUIR Sopranos Emily Ash Maryhelen Bates Elizabeth Birdsall Mildred Dewire Fern Edwards Barbara Graham Grace Helzer Betty Hollingsworth Sara jane Hornung Marguerite Howard june Lemon Arra Morgan Beatrice Nesbitt Sydonna Smith Marilyn Stevenson Doris Stowe jane Valentine Dorothy Whitley Basses PERSONNEL Altos Helen Louise Biastoclc Billie Betty Darlcvvood Betsy jane Davison Betty Goodale Florence Norton Marion Owen Barbara Schumacher Phyllis Wagner Dorothy jane Witters Tenors joseph Bogue Truman Cumings, jr. Howard Ellis Thomas Gamble Walter james Ralph jones Herbert Lombard john Renter justin Sleight George Whipple Richard Fitch Cecil Giles Emory Gregory Robert Perry Bruce Ragan Marvin Schoultz Donald Thurston This year the a cappella choir presented nineteen concerts in lour states in sixteen cities during its two-weel4 annual tour. Cn Sunday, April 7, the choir sang on a hall hour broadcast over the Michigan radio networlq, and on March QT, they presented their home concert in the college chapel. The group participated in the oratorio, HElijah,H by Mendelssohn, December '13, Mr. Theodore Vosburgh directed the group. Page 35 W .,,,.i E. . Seven members of the choir are active in the Albion College hAadngal Sngem, a group whose singing style is fashioned after the Hiormal Qnging groups of medieval times who sang while seated around a table. This year the Mad- ngal group sang on the "Albion 'Round the World" program over radio station Wjl2 February 13, at the AlbionAlumnibanquet in Detroiti and on programs in B a t t l e Creek, Grand Rapids, and Albion. s ,Z Approximately 'I6 students participated in the music departments production of the "Tales ol l'loFlman," by glacaues Qllenbach. The opera presented during the dedication ol the college chapel, was the third musical production presented by the group. Previously the opera, "Martha," by von Flotovv, "Bastien and Basti- ' by Mozart were Walter manhc cast was and lVlrs. burgh. Miss lah Champ assisted MEMBERS Sara slane l-lornung Beatrice Nesbitt Florence Norton Phyllis Wagner Bruce Feighner Cecil Giles Walter ,lames Page 39 CU-UP Blllllill COWYAN, COOK, MR. BIILLERL, DR. RANDALL, SCHOULTZ H. SMITH, ADAMS. GUY, Ix. SMITH, PLATE, Loiiimnn OFFICERS MR. E. T. MILLER , President MILDRED PLATE . . Vice-president DR. D. L. RANDALL . . Secretary-Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr. E. T. Miller Marshall Cook Marvin Schoultz Dr, D. L. Randall Grant Cowan Kathleen Smith Miss Marian Adams Mildred Plate Virginia Guy The purpose ol the Co-operative association is to carry on a textboole and supplies business at the lowest possible cost lor the advantage ol students. The organization has brought this aim into etlect since 1893, lowering the cost ol textboolcs twenty to thirty per cent. Three faculty members and six students comprise the board ol directors, the student body electing each year, three sophomores to serve a term of two years. OFFICERS WALTER JAMES . President MARVIN PERKINS Vice-president ROBERT McCOY Secretary CI-IARLES ELLIOTT Treasurer Seniors Sophomores Gloyd Allis William Aris William Burns Kermit Meier Lester Dallas Frederick Figge Thomas Gamble Frank jenne john Ross Vernon Meeks Lloyd Smith Sheldon Mills glohn Rapp juniors Frank Renter I-larrie Bleecker Joseph Bogue Freshmen William Buys Arthur Dibclen Donn Doten Robert Friend Marvin Perkins john Stone Laurence Wiley Marvin Andree Robert Forward Cecil Giles Arthur Jackson Morris Laney Douglas Lee William Rickard GUUIIRIEH CLUB CU-UPEHIITIVE HUUSE Lawrence Scott Norris Wetters Robert Wesley The aims ol the Goodrich club are to provide living quarters for college men as inexpensively as possible, to maintain a high scholastic average individually and as a group,and to honor Iellovvship, thus developing the spirit ol co-operation among members, The club was organized as HThe Co-opl' with seven charter members in 1939. It adopted its present namein 1933. RAI-P. RENTER, I,.xNEx'. BLEEFKER. ANDREE. Y. AIEEKS. lfnaisia, RIILLS, D.tLL.x Houma. SCOTT. fl1LEs. NYES-LEX QTONE. LEE, JACKSON. FRIEND, DIHDEN.GAsmLE..IENNE,WETT1-me.33111-1-LALLIS. Brass. Bri s, R1r's,s.RD, Ross, NIEIER, Axis, JAMES. Psmirss, MCC'ox, ELL1OTT. Wim-:x'. ---- --277 i Page 41 FISKE LUDGE CU-UPEHATIVE HUUSE OFFICERS DONALD COPELAND ,IOHN KRALJTH RICHARD PITSCH CHARLES RAY ELLIOTT , CARLOS DANVILLE Seniors Donald Copeland Charles Ray Elliott juniors Hugh S. Deale John Krauth Willard Mcphillips Ralph Peterson George Whipple MEMBERS Freshmen James Barton Marshall Faist Richard Hadley Robert Reber Clare Stanford George Valentine Dean Willson . President , Vice-president . Secretary . Treasurer . Housefvianager Sophomores Ralph Churchill Carlos Danville William Drinlcwater Thomas Flahaven Richard Ritsch Andrew Sunyar Charles Surland .john Talbot Donald Thurston Fislce Lodge was officially established November 291937, with twelve charter members. The name, Fislce Lodge, was chosen in honor of Dr. Fislce, president of Albion College from 1878 to 1898. ln the summer of 1937, the first plans were made forthe establishment ofa cooperative fraternity, and on October 29, a student committee was appointed to develop a group into a cooperative fraternity which would promote scholarship and comradeship at a minimum living expense. IURINKXVATER, Iiusr. H.ADLEX', XX-ILLSON. STANFORD. TALBOT. I-'LAHAVI-JN. SURLAMJ THURSTON. XVHIPPLE, PETIEIRSUN, AIACPHILLXPS. DE.XLE. Stxxixn. REBER. CHURCHILL, X.-KLENTINE. RRAUTH. Prrscn. COP!-:L.tNn. ELLIOTT, D.xNvxLLE, BARTON. Page 42 Wiuuzx. Nimx.-xxx. Hi-:'rz. S.iLzxmN, H.u:r:rm.1iN. CLQQDALE. Loan. Iiriuuzl-:, Nmrrux COOLEN. Ronrzurs. LVM. Mus. Bvrzmr, VUTLER, Tiui-i-. I..Xl'HAM. Bl'IN.V.KRlIN, Simi-.uru PTEYENSUN, linuiux. BLAKE, DAVIS. Powi-Ju.. IJo'ruN. BIAPK, Ih:.u'Ei'. Murrix OFFICERS LURA POWELL , MAPIAN DOTEN BARBARA BLAKE A MRS. LAILA BLJTZER , MEMBERS Betty Goodale Barbara Graham Kathleen Hagerman Lucille Lapham Laura Marie Lord Lena Lum Mariorie Mack Bethany Benjamin Lorna Betz Barbara Blalce Marjorie Cooley Blye Cutler Frances Davis Marian Doten Ruth Durhee Mary Ellen Martin Eleanor Tripp Barbara Whalen , President . CommissaryAgent Secretary-Treasurer House Mother l-larriett Niemann Florence Norton Lura Powell Marian Peavey Ruth Roberts Marjorie Salzman l-lelen Shephard Marilyn Stevenson ln 1933, Dean l-lall was organized as a co-operative dormitory at 400 E. Erie street, by Dean Marian Gray with the cooperation ol the home economics departments Last year a new building was completed to house the group ol Women in the organization. CU-UPEPillTlVE HUUSE ll E ll N H Il LL Page 43 ABT CLUB fiLOOR, B.u"rENHovs.E. PETEMHN, BEN.i.nuN, APPEL. NORTHRCP. CLOSE, XX H1T13:LtxM, Pruvv, MR. SHROCK. LAUHACH. BIONTIE. BOYVER, MILLER. ANDERSON, IXOERNER, H.-XRGER, RIURDOCK, RICHARDS. JOHNSON. WX mrs, GR-KH 'u PERRINE. OFFICERS LOlS RICHARDS . . President MILLICENT MURDOCH Vice-president CLAYONE JOHNSON . , . , Treasurer ADVISOR Mr. John G. Shroclc MEMBERS jane Anderson Ruth Appel Esther Battenhouse Robert Benjamin Barbara Beebe Susan Bower Marjorie Brehmer Shirley Baumgarth jean Carter Margaret Close Barbara Graham Gloria Gloor Emery Gregory Carol I-larger Clayone Johnson Marjorie Koerner Caryl Laubach jane Miller Rita Montie Millicent Murdoch Lois Northrup Barbara Perrine Charles Peterman Lois Richards Elizabeth Whitelam Mary Wirts The Fine Arts club has this year sponsored many line exhibits in the exhibition room ol the library. The annual student project exhibit was held the latter part ol May. Chief among its social activities were the annual art club ball which had the countries of the Pacific as its theme, and a picnic at the end ol the school year. BIULUEY CLUB OFFICERS JAMES BRISTAI-l . . . President KElTl'l VVl-llTEl-lOUSE . Vice-president MILDRED PLATE . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Paul Beebe Kathryn Patterson Milton Bennert Marvin Perkins James Bristah Mildred Plate Donald Chiclcering Lorene Rupp David Kohler Keith Whitehouse Albert Meinlce John Yurchenco FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. A. P. Chiclcering Miss Ann Crosby Dr. G. W. Prescott Miss Lotta Rogers The Biology Club is the oldest departmental club on the campus for it was founded in 1896. Composed ol students majoring or minoring in biology who maintain at least a UB" average in biology, the Biology club holds monthly round table discussions with student reports on subjects of current interest in the Field ol science. This year the club brought two outstanding spealcers to the campus, Dr. P. L. Kahn ol the University ol Michigan and Dr. Melvin l-l. Knisely ol the University ol Chicago. BENNERT. KIEIXKE, IEAHLER. Hanna. DR. PllESf'OTT, DR, FHICKERING. Miss Cnosm. Miss ROGERS. RUM-, P.x'rTERsoN. HRxs'i-AH, WHITEHOUSE. Pnxrs, C'mcK1-zutsu. 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'72 .u : vi Ii ' .CE . ,L ag f-- ?f' ' " if-- iii? 'H '22 4.45 "ii-E Ea! 7 ,- - i,-A - 3 -,, b f 1- .-:-5 Q' , 5 THOS. H. ANDREWS . . Editor-in-Chief SAMUEL DICKIE Business Manager CAMPUS HELIEIUUS CUUNEII. OFFICERS KERNllT NlElER ..... , Treasurer MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG . . Secretary Dr. HARRlSON, DEAN GRAY, MRS. RAl'll. Advisor MEMBERS Jane Anderson Mary Margaret Baldwin jim Bristah Ross Bunce George Cameron Jean Clase Genevieve Copeland Catherine Curtis Bill Donald Donn Doten Marion Doten Robert Esling Thomas Flahaven Gordon Ginther Allan Gray Tess l-lensiclc Patricia l-lughes Peggy Ingram Mary Adelaide Kellogg Marian Kurtz Caryl Laubach Lucy Mildren l-lugh Munson Albert Nicholls l-larriet Nieman Mildred Plate Woodin Ross Norman Sleight ,john Sommer ,lean Stewart Marietta Wyman Composed oi representatives from all the religious groups on campus, the Campus Religious council this year brought many outstanding spealcers to the college, and sponsored Religious Emphasis Week whose main spealter was Dr. l-lenry l-litt Crane, oi Central Methodist church, Detroit. fin.-W, SLEIGHT, FLAHAVEN, MUNSON. NIVHOLLS4. fiINTl-IER, C'UR1'1s. IQURTZ, BALmvxN, DOTEN, Esuxa. INGRAM. HENSIi'K. DH, HARRISON. Miss GRAY, MRS. PAH1.. REV. XINGER. XX YMAN PIUGIIES. ANDERSON, PLATE, LAUHACH, COIAELAND, DONALD. MILDREN. CL.-ASE. STEWART, KELLOGG Pt"rN.m, PALMER. ll.-XRLINGHOUSE. SLEIGHT. ADAMS, BEEBE. HUNSBERGER. .-XLL1-:N. NEXX'M,XN, Ixsi-:PtNa. Miss Crtosux, DR: RAND.-xLL, Miss ENGLE. PLATE, CQILDAHT. IXITSMAN. Pvrtm, DIETRIFH, MURCH, NX HITEHOUSE. P.i'r'rERsoN, Newcoxuzn, Rui-11. DONALD MURCI-l OFFICERS KEITI-l WHITEHOUSE . KATI-IRYN DIETRICI-I Fritz Adams Gerald Allen Paul Beebe Kay Dietrich Jack Garlinghouse Charles Gildart Glenn l-lunsberger Ronald Keeping Kathryn Kitsman Donald Murch MEMBERS ADVISORS Dr, D. L. Randall Miss Anne Crosby Miss Dorothy Engle . President , Vice-president . Secretary-Treasurer Mary Jane Newcomer john Newman Kathryn Patterson Preston Palmer Mildred Plate l-lelen Purdy Marlc Putnam Lorene Rupp Norman Sleight Keith Whitehouse The Chemistry club was organized in 1897 by Dr. Delos Fall, then head of the chemistry department. It still maintains as its chief purpose the study and discussion of the latest developments in the Field ol chemistry. Membership is limited to twenty members majoring or minoring in chemistry who have attained a "B" average in chemistry. CHEMISTRY CLUB Page 47 i CHI EPSILUN .l.-KPKSON, FIGGE, I'LAn.u EN, ALLx.s. RI C' ' B H, GR Y D1BDEN. ZISCHKE C ox, RISTA A . . . RENTER, FRIEND. REVEREND XINGER, DR. HARRISON, f'HUHL'H'ILL, TCRNER. Ross. DONALD, Mama. DOTEN. WILLIAM DONALD . WOODROW ROSS KERMIT MEIER Gloyd Allis james Bristah Ross Eunce Ralph Churchill Arthur Dibden Donn Daten William Donald Frederick Figge Richard Fitch Thomas Flahaven Richard Ford Robert Friend Allan Gray Arthurjaclcson Robert Laimon OFFICERS MEMBERS ADVISORS Dr. S. J. I-larrison Dr. F. S. Goodrich Rev. G. D. Yinger XVI-IIPPLE. RICHARD SMITH . President Vice-president Secretary Robert McCoy Kermit Meier Fred Nolting Frank Renter William Rickard Walter Roshaven Woodrow Ross Gerald Salisbury Edgar Smith jackson Turner Richard Weeks George Wipple Ralph Witmer Alton Zischke Chi Epsilon is an organization lor men planning to enter social service Worlc ol a religious nature, The group met with many religious leaders who helped the members to realize more lully their two lold purpose of Iriendship and usefulness. ZETA EPSILUN LAMBDA OFFICERS LUCY MILDREN . . . , President HARRIETT NIEMANN . Vice-president JEAN CLASE . , . Secretary JACKIE WYMAN . . , Treasurer MARGARET HAIGHT , , . Social Service Leader BETTY EVANS . , Religious Education chairman MARIAN DOTEN , . , Devotional chairman MARIAN REAVEY . , . . Social Chairman DOROTHY WHITLEY . . . Press Agent MEMBERS Shirley Baumgarth Alice Briggs Ann Burton Cecile Chubb Jean Clase Peggy Close Marian Doten Ruth Durlcee Betty Evans Lucile Farrow Kathryn Fisch Joyce George Margaret Haight Helen Helrigel Margaret Hendren Eleanor Heystelc Eleanor Jones Margaret Kelly Mary Adelaide Kellogg Janet Kitteridge Marian Kurtz Caryl Laubach Lucy Mildren Harriett Niernann lsabelle Nixon Kay Osborne Helen Randall Veronica Ransom Marian Reavey Lois Reader Elizabeth Reed Marianna Riddick Mary Lou Selzer Sydonna Smith Patricia Sommer Jean Stewart Elizabeth Sturman Dorothy Teller Eleanor Tripp Louise Wesley Dorothy Whitley Jaclcie Wyman Emily Ash Marjorie Cooley June Covert Mary Chamboy Donna Essex Jean Fowler Marguerite Howard Helen Matthews Christine Minshull Martha Rowe Betty Schuchardt Mildred Trefzer Mable Watson Mary Wirts Women students who wish to enter Christian or social service worlt compose the membership ol Zeta Epsilon Lambda. At its meetings which are held twice a month, the group discussed questions ol religious and vocational interest. The members again this year have been "Big Sisters" to a group of small girls from Austin and Dalrymple schools. HELnmr-:L, HOWARD. SCHCCHARDT, AIINSHULL. KURTZ. Krrrnsnas. Rrzxosx. T ' ' . T , '. ' H 's . As .C'oo1.E , Tm' , STEWART. Bmocs. E1,r-ut RFI-71-AR, EX 1-1-:K H , x iv Wasuzx. SELzt-zu. Frscn. Camas, Howl-1, B.u':iia.m'rH. JONES. LAl'HAlf'll, S'rURisi.'xN Ks1.Loat:, AI,-XTTHEXYS, ROBERTS, Wrirrs. Mus. YINGER. CLOSE. Essmx, Cox ERT, HENDREN. BURTON, H.uG1-IT, Wx':iuN. AIILDHEN, CLASE, REED. Dori-:N. Enms. Page 49 CLASSICAL CLUB OFFICERS MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG , . ALLAN GRAY , . . BILL DONALD . MEMBERS Truman Cummings Bill Donald Marshall Faist Ruth Gunn john Leach I-lelen Louise Matthews Richard Weeks ADVISOR Dr. Dorothy Schullian . President . Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Lucy Mildren Fred Powell Helen Purdy Victor Sheneman Patricia Van Wagoner Marvin Vann The Classical club is composed of students either minoring or majoring in Latin or Greelc. The main objectives ol the club are better to acquaint the students with the Greek and Latin civilizations, and to stimulate an interest in ancient literature. XZANN, AIILDREN. F.us'r, DR. SCHULLIAN, Sm-:Nr-:is1.aN, WEEKS, IXELLOGG, GRAY. DONALD, VAN WYAGONER. Page 50 ALLIS, D,u'1s, READER, BowEn, McC0x, BATTENHOUEE. XIILLER. NUTUNG, Zxst'HKE E ' nu M mu: ', Do EN, MR. Imvm, Miss films. Miss Mc'CUNE, Gnoou, B.u.Dw1N. sun, IL is 'r KELLOGG, HENSICK. KIYHLITNER. Mrnnoci-1, STRICKLER, Cam-TON, HUE1'HER '1'.x PERT, Fm' E. OFFICERS MILLICENT MURDOCH , . . . President HELEN COMPTON . . Vice-president MARSHALL STRICKLER . . , Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Julia McCune Miss Marian Gray Dr. H, M. Battenhouse Mr. Joseph j. lrwin HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. K. G. l-lance Mrs, Alma Bascom Mr. Clarence Peters Maxine l-leuther MEMBERS Gloyd Allis Mary Margaret Baldwin Esther Battenhouse Susan Bower l-lelen Compton Frances Davis Marian Doten Willa Ewing Shirley Frye Gloria Oloor Tess l-lensiclc Alton Zischlce Walter james Mary A. Kellogg Robert McCoy Lucy Mildren ,lane C. Miller janet Muhlitner Millicent Murdoch Alice Nutting Lois Reader Marshall Strickler Lois Tapert Twenty ol the colleges outstanding writers compose the contributors club which endeavors to encourage creative writing within the group. At its monthly meetings, group discussion ol current literary topics, and presentation of original contribution stimulate literary interest. lIUNTHIBUTUH'S CLUB Page 51 ADVISOR lVIEN'S DEBATE POLLARD, TELLER, ROSHAYEN. DLEIGHT. .I.xr'x-1505, Buys. GRAY, OLTHOFF, ADAMS. CRANDALL. STEELE. PATTERSON M URCH, l"LAH.u'EN, PETERSON. MR, PETERS. Mcf'ox'. D01'EX. Wii.Ex SILER, FLEMING, ELLIOTT, BRISTAH. ARIS. HENNING, Bnovrt, SIBERT Willard Adams William Aris Thomas Brock James Bristah William Buys Louis Crandall Donn Doten Charles Elliott Russell Emig Max First Thomas Flahaven Leslie Fleming William Henning Arthur Jackson Laurence Wiley Robert McCoy Donald Murch Donald Neitzel Robert Oltholf James Patterson Thomas Peterson Darrell Pollard Walter Roshaven Arthur Seibert Charles Sibert Daniel Siler justin Sleight William Steele Charles Westen Mr. Clarence A. Peters The men's debating squad under the direction of Mr, Clarence A. Peters, participated in a total ol 96 inter- collegiate debates. Winning 86S2 of their decision debates the men succeeded in establishing one of the best records in recent years. The men vvon seven ol ten debates in the Albion College invitational tournament, thirteen out of fourteen debates in the Michigan lntercollegiate Speech League tournament. ln the national Delta Sigma Rho tourna- ment at Madison, Wisconsin they vvon three ol theirsixdebates, The question debated throughout the season was MResolved that the Llnited States should adopt a policy of strict military and economic isolation tovvard all nations Cexcept in the western hemispherel engaged in armed civil or international conflict." The Albion College representatives to the Delta Sigma Rho tournament Were: Leslie Fleming, Tom Brock, William l-lenning, Charles Elliott, and james Bristah. MvDoui.xL, Ruxmsn. Illivisos. Huvros. '1',xi-1-tu-r. ,X'I'KlNS, I,i'r"i'L!-:rn-:Lv. S'rot'rrEn, Ihsrs, lfxsru, iii-:Ax rex. f'm'mi, XIrI1.xu:sN.x. INr"i'Ti:m. Annorr. B.a1.uw1:Q, AIILDREN, XXIENER participating in eighty intercollegiate debates and a number of discussions, the womenxs squad during 1939-'l94O continued the extensive activities of previous seasons. ln addition, it compiled an excellent record by placing First in three tournaments and being unsurpassed in the Delta Sigma Rho tournament at Madison, Wisconsin. The women began the season with a number of practice debates and "rebuttal drills" with Wayne University, Mich- igan State College, and Michigan State Normal College. They then entered a tournament at the University of Toledo, winning First place with six victories and two defeats. Then followed a state invitational tournament held at Kalamazoo College, the Albion women again winning First place with nine victories and three defeats. ln the State Tournament, held at Michigan State Normal College, Albion was the winner with eight victories and two defeats. Qther events were the Manchester tournaments in which there were seven victories in ten debates, the mixed freshman tournament, with Albion teams tied For First place, non-decision debates with Wayne University, Western Reserve University, Denison University, and Northwestern University, and the climax ol the season -the Delta Sigma Rho tournament at Madison. l-lere the Albion women won tive out of six debates. Comprising the squad were: Elizabeth Abbott, Nancy Atkins, Mary Margaret Baldwin, Cecile Chubb, Betsy Davison, Kathryn Fisch, Lily May Geisler, l-lelen l-larton, Marian Kurtz, jacaueline Littlefield, Betty McDougal, Betty Mcllvenna, l.ucy Mildren, Alice Nutting, Eleanor Raymond, Marian Reavey, Shirlie Stouller, l.ois Tapert, and Roberta Wiener. Dr. K. Gt l-lance directed the squad. WUMEN'S DEBATE ECUNUMICS CLUB OFFICERS ROBERT RUGG . . . . President JOHN SOMMER . . Vice-president THOMAS BROCK ..,. . Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Dr, Walter A. Terpenning Dr. Emil LeFfIer Mr. E. T. Miller MEMBERS William Aris Thomas Foster Thomas Brock l-larger Green Donald Copeland Warren l-lighstone Leslie Fleming Robert Rugg Robert Fles John Sommer Kenneth Turnblom Roberta Wiener Composed ol junior and Senior majors or minors in the Field ol economics, the Economics club sponsors several pro- grams throughout the school year. The major part ol the club's activities lor the school year is the reports ol its in- dividual members. TURN!-KLOM. I+'os'rEn. GREEN, FOPELAND. DR. TER:-ENNING. MR, LEFFLER. MR. MILLER. XX IENEH ARIS. SOMMER. RUGG. BROCK. Fuzmsc. l Page 54 .I.-wons. DIHDEN, MEI!-nt, Ants. Baorx. NI s 1' G H Q . ELLEN. 'LEMlNG. , BEEN, ENNING, LMITH. XX ESLEY, ANDREXYS. DR. HALL, DR. HENDRICKSON. ICR.-KLL, Duuxmz C'H.1.Muox'. COMPTON, ELLIOTT. RICDONALD. BURNS, H.kRGER. l1'0s'rER OFFICERS OLIENTIN MACDONALD . . . . President CHARLES ELLIOTT , Vice-president CAROLYN HARGEIE Secretary BILL BURNS ,.,.. . Treasurer MEMBERS Elizabeth Abbott Thomas Foster Thomas Andrews Harger Green William Aris Carolyn Harger Thomas Brock William Henning Mary Chamboy Harrison Jacobs Helen Compton Howard Krall Henry Cooper Quentin MacDonald Arthur Dibden Kay McKale Ruth Durlnee Kermit Meier Charles Elliott Morton Nelles Russell Emig Hayden Smith Lucille Farrow Louise Wesley Leslie Flemming Bill Burns ADVISORS Dr. P. G. Hall Dr. H. O. Hendriclcson Composed ol upper classmen majoring or minoring in the social sciences who show particular interest and outstanding ability, the Forum club promotes the study of problems in this Field. A better interpretation and a more thorough under- standing ol contemporary problems are encouraged by group discussions and the presentations of papers by students at the meetings. FURUM CLUB I . if rf .. ,-,- -vm- -.,. . , . I ', ," 1, 'yr -A 4' -' 1.-."'. -.-, f if ..1aT"r1'ZQ2f.i'7K 05" "'v-," I g I nf? 'L'11"- ' - 1'-.1 - LQ'r?fC.fp3f'?43ryi--3-.2-."' I . 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A ut "' 'Aff rl Q .nr ,Vg 3 . gf : .2-y ,:.:' . 4 3' -5 ' '-If--5.1 'ff' ' ,. i., . ,.4. ,,, NA - , ,'--, . . . - - --vw, - ' rn... V . ' 7'-' 1-: ,' g' .fffgg-" "'i" if "fIf"Q.Sgf,-..-, ' - ' ' '-f-'i1'- Ivfdr' :+:,.24L f,- 4, . ry' : :-2'1l.- .. . .1 '1-1: --f:Ti...zi,g,s 1-i "'1"'-g,'-L1, 5' '-'ifh I -.- . , "i5',."ifA-.N-:J ..', ,A, QV' UI f"' -P .2-A' " ,- I--.,.. ,-., . 1, 5 -D ? v ,-H Q 1. Z.. ,, -g V ,.3.- . -"'::J-l1fs'fl-.ENA-,L-" ' .'Y':?'-ffff J' ' M f 1. ' "T: 1 - . sw.:-..-5 ,.,-g,.v,,.-xzdg,-. .- - . -- K ,-' Q A - .-- -.. --.-f-.351 :lf-'Q , iffy. - ,.5,,---.?3g..,-gi-, ,- '- '. ' 4' .N ..,.,-x:-f' -- . . - X s 5 1 . Q 4 1 A . Ji- 915 . :iq ' ee .Al j.-11 f. -7 .5 ,. ll'- 'KR f--i .114 .xi ! I 4 ,.:4 ... rgiziiizii CLUB FRYE. XYIENER, XVIRTS, CLSMER, CLE1uEN'r. BURTON, CORNISH, HILL, DR. CQILBERT, PATTERSON, HELRIGEL, JACKSON, SMITH. RINNEY, VN ALRAD, LAYVRENCE, ELLERBY, BIACDONALD, JOHNEON. BEEBE, HENRX'. ANDERSON. OFFICERS OUENTIN MCDONALD , . . . President CONNIE jOl-INSON . . Vice-president jEAN ELLERBY . . . Secretary MARGARET LAWRENCE . . A . Treasurer MEMBERS jane Anderson Connie johnson Florence Barker Anna Marie Kinney Barbara Beebe jane Klien Bette Brown George Lane Ann Burton Margaret Lawrence jane Clement Ouentin McDonald jane Clymer Faith Manning Blyle Cutler Betty Mcllvenna Barbara Cornish Margaret McKee Arthur Dibden jane Miller jane Ellerby janet Muhlitner Leonard E. Engstrom Mary Wirts Donna Essex Thomas Peterson Betty Evans Ruth Reader Murry Gold Ruth Roberts Barbara Graham Kathleen Smith Betty l-lantz Lloyd Smith l-lelen l-lelrigel james Vonder l-leydt Maida l-lenry jane Walrad Margaret l-lill Roberta Wiener jean jackson Emil Zvonilc ADVISOR Dr. D. M. Gilbert Le Cercle Francais is composed of students who are majoring or minoring in French. It holds monthly meetings conducted in French at which there are songs, games, informal tallcs, and discussions ol French customs. At the First meeting new members presented anecdotes. ALBERT MEINKE HAZEL cAui4iN VERNON WOLFE JEAN STEWART Winona Adamy Nancy Atkins Lorna Betz James Bristah Hazel Caultin Kathryn Fisch Phyllis Foster Betty Goodale Anna Marie Kinney OFFICERS MEMBERS Vernon Wolfe ADVISOR Dr. G. G. Rathje E President Vice-president , Secretary Treasurer janet MacDonald Albert Meinlce Alice Nutting Richard Pitch Mrs. G, G. Pathje Harry Stewart jean Stewart Jane Valentine George Whipple Die Deutche Ge-sselschcilt made a special eFlort in all ol its meetings to encourage the use ol German in conversation. The members, all either majors or minors, are studying the hacltgrouncl ol the German people and their customs. Pnscr-I. BETZ, t,iooD.u.E. RATHJE S1'Ew,xR'r, KIAVIDONALD. Nt"r1'iNu. XVHIPPLE ADAMY. F0s'rE:R. XX oi.rr:. STEWART. RIEINKE. I-'lsrr-T. Iiixxm. Y,-tu-ZNTINE. ERMAN CLUB Page 57 SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS MARGARET GARRED .... . President HOWARD KRAUTH . . Vice-president WAYNE ELLINGER . . Secretary DORlS HARROUN . . Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORS Dr. Vera Buck Dr. D. M. Gilbert MEMBERS jean Carter Beatrice Kettell jane Clement Ruth Kirkby Barbara Cornish Howard Krauth William Dodds Faith Manning Wayne Ellinger Ralph Peterson Doris Flanigan Thomas Peterson Thomas Foster Lois Reader Margaret Garred Marian Reavey Doris Harroun George Robuclc ,julia Hatton Tyndale Rutledge Elizabeth Henderson Roberta Wiener Margaret Hill Helen Williams Peggy Ingram Alton Zischlce This year the Spanish club had many very interesting meetings to acquaint its members with the Spanish language and the people who spealc it, The meetings are all conducted in Spanish. For the First meeting ol the year the club had a dinner at the parlcer lnn. Another of its social events was the club party at which entertainers from the University of Detroit toolc part. I'10STER. ZISCHKE, CLEMENT, FLANIG.-xN. TYIENER, HILL, R. PETER ox IXETTELL, HENDERSON, READER, DR. BUCK. INGRAM, CARTER, T. PETERSON VVILLIAMS. Conmsz-x, HfXRROUN. ELLINGER, Ci,-XRRED, H.XTTON. KRIKBY. Page 58 DiE'i'niCn. TYHITELAM. APPEL, Hznmtsmit. IJOTEN. K XX !'l"I'ENHEliG, Tt'cH1'EN1-i.mEN, Miss Lum. Miss P1-:NNI-NGTON, Si..0wm, RI.-KCK. HARTIUCK, hm-:HL, THOMPSON. ti.uuu:n, VAN RPORDON, SMITH. Rowl-1. MARGARET GARRED BETH TRUCKS , OFFICERS , . President . . , Secretary PATRICIA VAN GORDON , . Treasurer Ruth Appel Kathryn Dietrich Marion Doten Margaret Garred Joan Hartriclc Barbara Hebinger Marian Krehl Marjorie Maclc MEMBERS Martha Rowe Barbara Slowey Kathleen Smith l-lelen Thompson Beth Trucks ,leanice Tuchtenhagen Patricia Van Gordon Elizabeth Whitelam l-lelen Wittenberg ADVISORS Miss Pearl Ludy Miss Kathryne Pennington The l-lame Economics club is composed of women majoring in home economics who maintain a HB" average. This year their second annual wattle supper was an outstanding event. The club is affiliated with state and national associations. The organization desires to promote a better understanding of etonor ECUNUMHIS CLUB Page 59 Page 60 DUNN, PERRINE: LONGMAN. BALLARD. BLEECKER. BAUMG.aR'rNER. SUNY.-KR, DR. FULLER, DR. SPENC XVEBBER, ROARK, ESLING, IXRAUTH. MCCOY, SESS HERBERT MCCOY . JOHN KRAUTH CECIL SESSIONS Gerald Allen Henry Aughton Robert Ballard Herbert Bank Beryl Baumgartner Roger Berlin Harrie Bleeclcer Arnold Boe Ross Bunce Robert Esling Ralph Fischer Marvin Geisler Charles Gildard Gordon Ginther Charles Guidot Raymond Hansen David Harrison Glen Hunsburger john Krauth David Lawler OFFICERS MEMBERS ADVISORS Dr. R, G, Spencer Dr. I-I. Q. Fuller ER, STONE, SURLAND, PRESTON. xoNs. HVNSBERGER, LAWLER. . President Vice-president A Secretary Melvin Lindley Ernest Longman Wallace Marshall Robert Maynard Herbert McCoy Vlohn Newman John Palmer Frank Pelton Eugene Perrine Dan Preston Marlc Putman Harrison Roarlc Marvin Schoultz john Stone Andred Sunyar Charles Surland William Statler Philip Towle Kenneth Trippe RobertWebber The Physics Club is composed ol students interested in the lurther study ol physics. Monthly meetings, occasional visits to research laboratories and factories, and outside spealcers acquaint its members with current discoveries and develop- ments in the Field ol physics. Individual student reports have shown considerable research technique. PHYSIES IILUB INDEPENDENT WIIMENS LEIIEUE OFFICERS BARBARA CORNISH . President BETTY EVANS . . . Vice-president jEAN CARTER . . . Secretary CHRISTINE MINSI-IULL . , . , Treasurer MEMBERS Helen Aclcley Beatrice Kettell Opal Baker Helen Matthews Marjorie Brehmer Barbara McConnell Betty Carriclc Christine Minshull Fern Capron Barbara Perrine Jean Carter Elizabeth Reed Mary Chamboy Ruth Roberts Barbara Cornish Elizabeth Sturman Betty Evans Mildred Trelzer Mary Louise Foster Betty Walter Phyllis Foster Barbara Weeks Joyce George Margaret Haight SPONSORS v Dr. Dorothy Schullian Dr. Vera Buck Organized to provide social and athletic activity among the non-sorority women, the Independent Womens League has grown very rapidly on the campus. It has sponsored many social functions for all of the independents this year. The group, which meets weelcly, encourages better scholarship among the independents. P. FOSTER. Rrzzn, fjrzourm, TR1-:rzgic Nrtimux, DR. BUCK. Du. Sci-tI7LLuN, M. FOSTER. Pmuusrz, CARTER, CORNISH. EVANS. BIATTHEYYS. NYE!-IRS, l Page 61 WllMEN'S SELF EllV"l' llSSlllIlllTlllN HELEN COMPTON CAROL l-IARGER MARIAN KLJRTZ . MILUCENT MURDOCI-l Genevieve Copeland Tess l-lensiclc Margaret Lawrence Kathryn Patterson OFFICERS PROCTORS . President . Vice-president . Secretary . Treasurer Mildred Plate Elizabeth Whitelam Lura Powell, Dean Hall representative 'lime Executive board ol tlwe Women's Sell Government Association wlwicli is composed ol lour otlicers and six proctors, Miss Marian Gray, dean ol women, and Mrs, l:. Fay Wolfe, lwousemotlwer, exists lor tlie maintenance ol order and lor time provision ol a successlul and worlcing social program in tlwe dormitories. lfacli year student members are elected by tlwe association ol women students ol Susanna Wesley l'lall, lnglwam lwouse, Avenue lwouse, and Dean l'lall. HENSICK, POWYELL, LAWRENCE. COPELAND. AQRS. VS OLFE, PATTERSON, Miss GRAY, PLATE. XYHITELAM. MURDOCK, COMPTON, H.ARGER. KURTZ. Page 62 f'Um'xs. HENSICK, HUGHES. MRS. PAHL, BALDXVIN, Miss GRAX'.'D01'EN. INGRAM ANDERSON, IXELLOGG, COPELAND, ktvnrz. PLATE. LAUBACH OFFICERS GENEVIEVE COPELAND . . A . President MILDRED PLATE . . . , Vice-president MARY ADELAIDE KELLOGG , . Secretary MARIAN KURTZ . . , . Treasurer CABINET Jane Anderson Tess I-Iensiclc Mary Margaret Baldwin Patricia Hughes Catherine Curtis Peggy Ingram Marian Doten Caryl Laubach ADVISORS Dean Gray Mrs. Marvin Pohl The worlc of the Y. W. C. A, has been that of establishing a closer linlc between students and ol enriching their lives through religious, social, and intellectual expression. Among its activities are the monthly meetings, weekly vesper services in the dormitory, and social worlc in two of the city schools. It provides "Big Sisters" for the freshmen women and helps sponsor the Freshman Mixer. The most Fitting statement of its purpose is in the purpose of all of theY. W. C. A.'s. "We unite in our desire to realize o full and creative life through a growing lcnowleclge ol God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all peoplef' Y. W. ll. ll. Page 63 N ,5k?k Y , in X-R I 1 , ,ff 1 -ff: - ' N N 11' v if-X T x wx , ,. ., X - x f fxw-in ' ..,, , -, f f ' '-C: X X,,,X I M f , 4 ,I NX, M LXXN, Ax. .K -VM- ,AF-TN--. , f' H---Y, f,Q.gq. '- . f L ki! .,-5- f I. gf. K.,Ak f, 'V V I V14 Q5 " K5 " Ag: l" v X' ,K ' - x N 5 h 1- -. N- ...fl V 5Ss.5"'E'g - f 4 . fun' .2 1 '- .1 '-4-1. r. Q " S at R - ,' u ' , - up' ,XB Pk Q .9 "' 'QR , ' " 79 3 X Fr me Q, Agn!-.Egg sry' Y "L 7'-:Q..gXaf.e' . h 'P' 4 -f-fm A ' ' s I Q gp r ga, 'Q is !'5'g W. A bg 1 I S T ' V .f" ' i ' Q rv qw' MQ' Nga -IQ 29235 Q, v , 43" -qi N 25, v,.gfQ'x P Q 0 , i vm-,h , "' . 'QV' X N u . . 1 N . ' -r , N Q W If A 7' 'L ' .yu ,V - L rn H Yr Q . Q . i ,Q Q,-Y V . .. ,f V. ri. 1' ,, Vg N... V- 'L . ,,-n 4 NS P Q .7 ,,. 111. wr ,-I. -L. .- ul I ll , ' I' nmnlllzt lllllgll 'ax ,P 'r 4 J 81' Rl! ,.. , , .L, . W . - 'L In "4 ' ' 'uv I 4 . v I '..' .- ' .fx A V,--" , is . f ',' .v,-ff. .,.4. - 1 1 -'-' 0 sn 'A in I '-fr .' 4 x K.- vi 1 .vu -4 - f vl - I. ,QI '. -lwn .- ,- ."- I r .1 p .1 h 5 Q . . V 11' L 'Q ft Wu.. . L V , tg, I, . X VIAV y 'YE-9 fi' I f llfili A. si f ifisi ' ,T ' ly-wi , 1325, s ,i ELIZABETH ABBOTT A. DICRAN ACKLAND Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club, Treasurer Y. W. C. A. Forum Club Debate Basketball, Hockey GLOYD E. ALLIS Morenci, Michigan Goodrich Club Contributors' Club German Club Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Choir WILLIAM A. ARIS Rochester Michigan Goodrich Club Economics Club Forum Club GEORGIA ATHA Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Delta Gamma Lambda Mu, Social Chmn. Choir ALMA BASCOM Albion, Michigan Contributors' Club Morenci, Michigan Sigma Nu Co-operative Board Interfraternity Council THOMAS ANDREWS Muskegon, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Editor-in-chief Albionian Forum Club Pleiad Band C4 yearsj Alpha Phi Gamma Debate Pre-law Chairman HEBER ASHMUN Midland, Michigan Delta Tau Delta lnterfraternity Council Band Track MARY M. BALDWIN Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Contributors'Club,Spanish Club, Albion College Players, Secretary, Theta Alpha Phi, Secretary, Campus Religious Council, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Chevron, Secretary, Delta SigmaRho,Debate,Lambda Mu, Treasurer, Student Council, Secretary- Treasurer,Choir,Extempore Speaking, Oratory, Phi Gamma. ROBERT W. BEMER St. johns, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Kappa-Mu Epsilon Band Orchestra MILTON BENNERT Detroit, Michigan Alpha Kappa Phi Biology Club Y. M. C. A. EDWARD BOIES Nashville, Michigan Spanish Club Contributors' Club Albionian Stoll Pleiad Stall Albion College Players Vice-'president Theta Alpha Phi Football Track JAMES W. BRISTAH Plymouth, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Biology Club German Club Debate Chi Epsilon Delta Sigma Rho Campus Religious Council Phi Gamma ANN BURTON Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha French Club Zeta E silon Lambda F3 Y. W. C. A. Choir Pleiad Staff CECILE COSTON CHUBB Muskegon Hts. Mich. Gamma Gamma Chi Lambda Mu Zeta Epsilon Lambda HELEN COMPTON Pontiac, Michigan Kappa Delta, President Contributors' Club, Forum Club, Vice-presid ent, Senior Class, Y. W. C. A. Council: Pan-Hellen ic Council, Publications Council, Secretary, W. S. G. A., President MARTHA A. BOHN Battle Creek, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Spanish Club SUSAN F. BOWER Greenville, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Art Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A, Contributors' Club Co-op Board WlLLlAM B. BURNS McDonald, Pa. Goodrich Club "A" Club Track, 4 yrs. Forum Club Student Council VICTOR CHRISTOPHER Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi lANE E, CLYMER Albion, Michigan French Club Campus Religions Council W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet DONALD COPELAND Grass Lake, Michigan Economics Club Fiske Lodge, President H. GENEVIEVE COPELAND Moberly, Missouri Zeta Tau Alpha, President Home Economics Club ,junior Class Secretary W. A. A. Vice-president Y. W. C. A., President W. A. A. Basketball, Hockey Pan-Hellenic Council W. S. G. A. Boarcl ALICE C. CROSBY jackson, Michigan FRANCES E. DAVIS St. Charles, Michigan German Club Contributors' Club W. A. A. KATHRYN DIETRICH Wayne, Michigan Kappa Delta, Treasurer Home Economics Club Chemistry Club, Secretary- Treasurer Chevron, Historian CHARLES R. ELLIOTT Grand Haven, Mich. Fiske Lodge, Treasurer Chi Epsilon Student Council Debate BARBARA AI. CORNISH Lawton, Michigan Independent Women's League, President Spanish Club French Club Secretary, Senior Class Band N. BLYE CUTLER Flint, Michigan Dean Hall SAMUEL DICKIE Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi Albion College Players lnterfraternity Council Football Manager Soph. Class Treasurer Senior Class Treasurer Business Manager, Albionian Theta Alpha Phi Alpha Phi Gamma WILLIAM C. DONALD Pontiac, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon College League Forum Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Classical club Campus Religious Council, President IEAN ELLERBY Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club, Secretary Choir Y.,W. C. A. ROBERT, H. ESLING Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Physic Club, Vice-president Kappa Mu Epsilon Classical Club Y. M. C. A. Track ALBERT H. FEDERICO Mayfield Heights, Ohio Sigma Nu "A" Club, Vice-president Football Track Basketball Y. M. C. A. MARY LOUISE FOSTER Bronson, Michigan Independent W a m e n's League Forum Club Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. SHIRLEY j. FRYE Albion, Michigan Delta Gamma, Secretary Albion College Players Contributors' Club Y. W. C. A. Theta Alpha Phi Chevron Phi Gamma M. CHARLES GILDART Caro, Michigan Albion College Players Physics Club Chemistry Club Albionian Stall Pleiad Staff Theta Alpha Phi MURRAY GOBLE Battle Creek, Michigan Basketball BARBARA FAUSELL jackson, Michigan WILLIAM FEDUNIAK Akron, Ohio Track Football Basketball All-MIAA Center JEAN FOWLER Ferndale, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Zeta Epsilon Lambda Hockey Basketball Volleyball JACK H. GARLENT East Lansing, Michigan Phi Delta Theta GORDON B. GINTHER Williamsville, New York jACK I. GODDARD Grosse Pointe, Michigan Sigma Chi, President lnterlraternity Council, Vice-president .45 WILLIAM GOULD Dowagiac, Michigan Pleiad Staff Track HARGER GREEN Pontiac Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Treasurer lnterfraternity Council, President Phi Gamma Forum Club Economics Club Albionian Staff CAROLYN HARGER Farmington, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega, Chev- ron, President, W. S. G. A. Vice-president, Student Council, W. A. A., Y, W. C. A., Spanish Club, Forum Club, Secretary, Art Club, Campus Religious Council, Freshman Class Secretary. DORIS V. HARROUN Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Spanish Club, Treasurer W. A. A. Y. W. C. A BARBARA HEBINGER Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club 3' ALLAN G. GRAY Highland Park, Mich. Sigma Nu Classical Club, Vice- president Albion College Players, Associate member Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Campus Religious Council RAYMOND HANSEN Ludington, Michigan Sigma Chi DONNA ll. HARING Three Rivers, Michigan Delta Gamma TOAN L. HARTRICK Royal Oak, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Home Economics Club W, A. A. Y. W. C. A. LOWELL l'lElNMlLLER Lakewood, Ohio Sigma Chi, President Interlraternity Council fs, iii I li P i .3 , i, . .I i, .,g-.,'. .:.. .. ii Li .. Z. 'f -. l HELEN E. HELRIGEL Traverse City, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A. French Club MARGARET L. HILL Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Secretary Spanish Club French Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Basketball Tennis PATRICIA j. HOUGHTON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Y. W. C. A. GLENN HUNSBERGER Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Sigma Nu Chemistry Club Physical Research Club WALTER S. JAMES Putnam, Connecticut Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha Choir Contributors' Club Albion College Players Madrigal Group DAVID KAHLER Meudville, Pa. WILLIAM HENNING Kalamazoo Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sec. Delta Sigma Rho, Pres. Debate Oratory Extempore speaking Albionian stall Forum club Pleiacl staff SARA j. HORNUNG Cadillac, Michigan Beta Iota, Choir, Ass't. director Lambda Mu, President MAXINE V. HUETHER Muskegon, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors' Club W. A. A. Basketball Volleyball HARRISON K. JACOBS Concord, Michigan Forum Club Y. M. C. A. Band Orchestra RALPH L. IONES Royal Oak, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer Choir HOWARD L. KRALL Watervliet, Michigan Sigma Nu Forum Club German Club "A" Club Track Football 3. 15' Q., Y H, ,V 33 " ' V 1. 's Y ' U ' ' ,Q I if 'fl .M ,L . ,. J- vw Q .23 :g, , -gy ' F., s f x ,b ,. f 1-pb H f. 'NXQQ , F I - H!! Q Uv.. . . 'V f. , rf, A 5 r , ,,. 1 ' ig?- ., T' l ,if Q . .5--f' FRED KRUEGER Adrian, Michigan Delta Tau Delta President, HA" Club Football Basketball Track DAVID LAWLER Albion, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club DAVID S. LUXENBERG Ellwood City, Pa. "A" Club Football Basketball Track HERBERT MCCOY Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Physics Club Kappa Mu Epsilon BETTY MCILVENNA Virginia, Minnesota Alpha Xi Delta French Club Debate Oratory Delta Sigma Rho ,,.,.- ., x.,,,f ' Q 1.-' " ,,,f' ., J, J J' ' ' MARIE E. KUHN Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. French Club l-lame Economics Club Art Club Pan-l-lellenic Council EDWARD R, LINDOW Grosse Pointe, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega "A" Club Football Track jACK MCDOUGALL Flint, Michigan Band Y. M. C. A. OUENTIN MCDONALD Kansas City, Missouri FrenchClub Forum Club PhiGamma MARY K. McKALE Lansing, Michigan Delta Cuamma Forum Club SE URS MARGARET McKEE Birmingham, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club W. A. A. Board Y. W. C. A. Basketball Tennis Volleyball JuniorClassVice-president KERMIT l. MEIER Muskegon, Michigan Goodrich Club Forum Club Chi Epsilon, Secretary- Treasurer Y. M. C. A., Treasurer Campus Religious Council, Treasurer College League Forum, President jANE C, MILLER Royal Oak, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega French Club ArtClub Contributors' Club Y, W. C. A. MILLICENT MURDOCH Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors' Club, Pres- ident, Art Club, Vice- president, Y. W. C. A., Spanish Club, W. S. G. A. Treasurer, Chevron, Treasurer, A l b i o n i a n, Pleiad, Phi Gamma. MORTON A. NELLES Pontiac, Michigan Sigma Nu Spanish Club Forum Club "A"Club Golf BEATRICE M. NESBITT Butler, Pennsylvania Alpha Chi Omega German Club Lambda Mu, Secretary Madrigal Singers Opera Choir MARjORlE MACK Three Rivers, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A. Board Home Economics Club Y. W. C. A. LUCY E. MILDREN Wauceda,Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, Zeta Epsilon Lambda, President, College League Forum, Vice-president, Contrib- uters'Club,ClassicalClub, Albion College Players, Debate, Volleyball. JANET A. MUHLITNER Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club Contributors' Club Pleiad HOWARD NEILSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega lnterfraternity Council DON R. NELSON U Adrian,Michigan A Club Football, Tennis MARY J. NEWCOMER Monroe, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Chemistry Club Choir Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. sw' T' -cr R gi.. f-xi-mf fi?-,,." ' fy ' . J. ,ij . A y ,H , , f Fif' f 1-A TX ' 91 f3 f.'f,'3qQ cyl ", Filff is ., -1. 'iw 65:2 qff-.-v3.g'1'ii .. 1-5 1, , ,gyv . .. ALICE A. NUTTING Homer, Michigan Delta Sigma Rho, Secretary Albion College Players Contributors' Club German Club Theta Alpha Phi LURA P. POWELL Grand Rapids, Mich. Classical Club Forum Club W. A. A., President Choir W. S. G. A. Board HARRIET L. RATZ Flint, Michigan Delta Gamma German Club HARRISON ROARK Laingsburg, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club Track j. ROBERT RUGG Micldleville,Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Economics Club, President President, Junior Class , KATHRYN PATTERSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma French Club Chemistry Club Biology Club Chevron, Vice-president W. S. G. A.Board Phi Gamma DOROTHY l. RAFTER Ann Arbor, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice- president Erench Club Orchestra Albionian Stalf Phi Gamma ESTHER R. REYNOLDS jackson, Michigan JOHN W. ROSS Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Goodrich Club LORENE E. RUPP Morenci, Michigan Kappa Delta German Club Chemistry Club Biology Club Phi Gamma GERALD SALISBURY Fowler, Michigan Fislce Lodge Chi Epsilon "A" Club Track Football DICK C SHEELE Jackson, Michigan Sigma Nu HOWARD F. SIMONS Lapeer, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Football Track NORMAN R. SLEIGHT Laingsburg, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi, Y. M. C. A., Secretary, Kappa Mu Epsilon, President, Chemistry Club, Campus Religious Council, Physics Club, lnterfraternity Council, Albion College Players, Phi Gamma, Foot- ball, Basketball, Presi- dentSophomore, Senior Class, President Student Council. HAYDEN R. SMITH Chicago, lllinois Sigma Nu, Spanish Club, Forum Club, "A" Club, Campus Religious Council, Student Council, Debate, Freshman Basketball, Var- sity Tennis, Manager Col- lege Bookstore, Phi Gamma. ERWIN B. SOBER Lansing, Michigan Phi Mu Alpha EWALD SCHADT Detroit, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Physics Club VICTOR SHENEMAN Bellaire, Michigan Classical Club Chi Epsilon PHILIP M. SIRRINE Grand Rapids, Mich. SigmaChi Band Orchestra JEAN E, SLOWEY Albion, Michigan LLOYD H. SMITH, JR. Oxford,Michigan Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha, Secretary French Club Albion College Players Band JOHN A. SOMMER, JR. Bronson, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice- president Economics Club,Vice-pres. 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'- ' I- g: 21. :4 -' - '. .--'I--1,--:... --f rp 5 " :- - e 1-1:1--, ,h -2- .W-I-33 Page 4 To the piiot of our football champions, To a mind steeped in clean sportsmanship, To a man of action, TO COACH DALE R SPRANKLE This 1940 Aibionian is sincerely dedicated ... .........i.......,.L.....,.....,,,. . ROBERT SOULE Henderson, Michigan MARY A. STONER Monroe, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega ALBERT TAMARELLI Detroit, Michigan HARRY E. STEWART Detroit, Michigan German Club l-listrionic Club Y. M. C. A. Pleiad Staii Track Manager MARSHALL STRICKLER Highland Park, Mich. Delta Tau Delta, President Contributons Club, Secretary-Treasurer Pleiad Start KENNETH TURNBLOM Cadillac, Michigan Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega, Albionian Staff Treasurer Economics Club PATRICIA VAN GORDEN MS5lflF'flir2if.'I'nN Albion' Michigan Delta TaulDelta g Delta Gamma Home Economics Club, Treasurer Y. W. C. A. Tennis Hoclcey MABLE L. WATSON GORDON j. WATT Ferndale, Michigan Detroit, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary Alpha Tau Omega, Vice- Zeta Epsilon Lambda pregident ArtClub W,A. A, LOUISE G. WESLEY Buenos Aires, Argentina Spanish Club Forum Club Zeta Epsilon Lambda HELEN WITTENBERG Cement City, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club Basketball Volleyball EMIL ZVONIK jolfre, Pennsylvania "A" Club French Club Football Basketball RONALD G. KEEPING Plymouth, Michigan Graduate Student Chemistry Club ALAN W. WILBUR johnson,Vermcnt Sigma Phi Epsilon Track MARIAN V. YINGER Lansing,Michigan Albion College Players, President, Theta Alpha Phi,StudentCouncil,Vice- president, Contributors' Club, Y. W. C. A., Sec- retary, W. S. G. A. Board, Debate, Campus Religious Council. GEORGE APPELMAN Albion, Michigan Graduate Student Phi Mu Aipho Band Orchestra ORDELL McELHANEY McDonald, Pa. Tau Kappa Epsilon Graduate Student "A" Club Football Track Basketball SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES MRS. MARIAN WILLIAMJ DUSSE BOWERS RUSSELL EMIG GEORGEICAMERON HOMER N FRAZIER FRED COOK STEVE BEBAN JOHN R. DALTON LEE F NICHOLS JACK C. DURAND BRYANT W RUTHVEN HELEN E. ACKLEY Homer, Michigan Independent Women's League Orchestra Band Lambda Mu GERALD F. ALLEN Albion, Michigan Chemistry Club Kappa Mu Epsilon jANE ANDERSON Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha ArtClub, Secretary Y, W. C. A., Cabinet Campus Religious Council French Club W. A. A. Board EMILY F. ASH Three Rivers, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Y. W. C. A. Choir Zeta Epsilon Lambda ROBERT R. BALLARD Birch Run, Michigan Physics Club Kappa Mu Epsilon FLORENCE M. BARKER Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Basketball Volleyball , 'B :T if fin- i ' -.6 , Ai. FRED M. ADAMS Birmingham, Michigan Delta Tau Delta Chemistry Club Basketball Golf EDWARD LEE ALSIP Roseville, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega "A"Club Football Basketball Track Golf RUTH MARIE APPEL Muskegon, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club Home Economics Club Basketball Volleyball Tennis W. A. A. Board HENRY AUGHTON Hamden, Connecticut Sigma Chi Physics Club Football Track HERBERT BANKS Saginaw, Michigan Physics Club HENRY BARNES Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon "A" Club Track ESTHER BATTENHOUSE Albion, Michigan Kappa Delta Contributors' Club Art Club PAUL BEEBE Akron, Ohio Sigma Chi Chemistry Club BARBARA j. BLAKE Galesburg, Michigan Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. Board Kappa Mu Epsilon Dean l-lall, Secretary- Treasurer ARNOLD M. BOE Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega GEORGE E. BREWER Flint, Michigan Band Orchestra Y. M. C. A. ERWIN A. BUTTERFIELD Rutland, Vermont Delta Tau Delta R. LEE CARTY Albion,LMichigan BARRY B. BEACH Grand Rapids, Mich. Sigma Nu German Club "A" Club Football BONNIE BERRYMAN Highland Park, Mich. Alpha Chi Omega Y. W. C. A Choir HARRlE L. BLEECKER Lansing, Michigan Goodrich Club, Albion College Players, Y, M. C. A., "A" Club, Student Council, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Physics Club,Foot- ball, Track. GERALDINE M. BRADFORD Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega TOM D. BROCK Plymouth, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer Economics Club Forum Club Student Council State Extem. Champion Debate Oratory WILLIAM E. BUYS Muskegon, Michigan Goodrich Club Debate HAZEL B. CAUKIN Hastings,Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary German Club, Vice- president W. A. A., Treasurer l-loclcey Basketball Tennis MARSHALL H. COOK Hastings, Michigan Sigma Nu, President "A" Club Coop Board Basketball E. GRANT COWAN Royal Oak, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Coop Board IAMES C. DANFORTH Grosse Pointe, Mich. Sigma Chi Freshman Football IEANETTE E. DEAN jackson, Michigan Delta Gamma Volleyball Basketball JOHN A. DICK Niles, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi DONN P. DOTEN Bay City, Michigan Football "A" Club Y. M. C. A., President Chi Epsilon Albion College Players Debate Theta Alpha Phi 'gzrf 551.7 HENRY G. COOPER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Forum Club "A" Club Track CATHERINE V. CURTIS Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Campus Religious Council Y. W. C. A. Cabinet HUGH S. DEALE Michigan City, Indiana Fiske Lodge Choir ARTHUR j. DIBDEN Pigeon, Michigan Goodrich Club Forum Club Histrionic Club French Club Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. WILLIAM F. DODDS Ellwood City, Pa. Spanish Club Football "A" Club MARIAN DOTEN Bay City, Michigan Dean Hall W. A, A. Board Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Albion College Players Contributors' Club Home Economics Club PAUL F. DUNN Albion, Michigan WAYNE W. ELLINGER Allegan,Michigan Spanish Club Band Orchestra KATHRYN j. FISCH Rogers City, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, President, German Club, Debate, Delta Sigma Rho, Y. W. C. A., Zeta Epsilon Lambda,W. A. A., Pane Hellenic Council, Volley- ball. RICHARD L. FORD Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Pleiad, Editor-in-chief Albionian staif Alpha Phi Gamma Y. M. C. A. Chi Epsilon Campus Religious Council ROBERT C. FRIEND E. Grand Rapids, Mich. Goodrich Club Phi Mu Alpha Y. M. C. A. Campus Religious Council MARVIN K. GEISLER Muskegon, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club GLORIA GLOOR Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club Contributors' Club W. A. A. Volleyball Tennis RUTH V. DURKEE Flint, Michigan Forum Club Zeta Epsilon Lambda Basketball Swimming BETTY LOU EMBLER Detroit, Michigan Spanish Club LESLIE W. FLEMING Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon,Debate, DeltaSigmaRho,Albionian, Associate Editor, Pleiad Staff, Forum Club, Econom- ics Club, Spanish Club, "A" Club, Track, Cheer- leader. TOM G. FOSTER Detroit, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Spanish Club Economics Club MARGARET GARRED Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club, President I-lame Economics Club Pan-I-lellenic Council, Treasurer W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. IOYCE M. GEORGE Harbor Beach, Mich. Zeta Epsilon Lambda Independent Women's League BETTY GOODALE Huntington, Indiana Zeta Tau Alpha German Club W. A. A. Swimming CHARLES A. GUIDOT Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Physics Club BETTY S. HANTZ Detroit, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta French Club Hockey Basketball ROBERT C. HAYHOE St. johns, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Junior Class Treasurer "A" Club Football TESS E. HENSICK Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Contributors' Club W. S. G. A. Board Y. W. C. A., Cabinet Albion College Players Campus Religious Council WARREN HIGHSTONE St. lgnace, Michigan Economics Club Pleiad, Managing Editor Alpha Phi Gamma MARClA A. IRONSIDE Hastings, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha ELROY A. HANKS Lansing, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Biology Club ROBERT M. HART Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi Pleiad, Sports Editor "A" Club, Treasurer Football Track ELIZABETH A. HENDERSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Spanish Club W. A. A. VELMA HESSEL Muskegon, Michigan Kappa Delta MARGARET INGRAM Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Treasurer Albionian Staff Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Spanish Club Lambda Mu Kappa Mu Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer W. A. A. Board Campus Religious Council CLAYONE JOHNSON Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Art Club, Treasurer French Club, Vice- president Volleyball illilil RS GWENDOLYN JOHR Detroit, Michigan ANNA M. KINNEY Fruitport, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha German Club French Club HOWARD L. KRAUTH Lapeer, Michigan Alpha Tau Omega Spanish Club, Vice- president MARIAN E. KREHL Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta Home Economics Club GEORGE M. LANE Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi MARGARET LAWRENCE Grand Rapids, Mich. Delta Gamma French Club, Treasurer W. S. G. A. Board W. A. A. Volleyball Basketball MELVIN E. LINDLEY Albion, Michigan Band Kappa Mu Epsilon MARY A. KELLOGG Morenci, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary Contributors' Club Classical Club, President Zeta Epsilon Lambda Campus Religious Council Pleiad Stai-f Y. W. C. A., Secretary WILLIAM H. KNAPP Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi jOHN F. KRAUTH Henderson, Michigan Fiske Lodge Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club, Vice' president MARIAN L. KURTZ Alpena, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Albion College Players Zeta Epsilon Lambda Y. W. C. A., Treasurer W. S. G, A., Secretary Debate Oratory CARYL j. LAUBACH Highland Park, Mich. Alpha ChiOmega Albionian JUNE E. LEMON Cleveland, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha Choir Y. W. C. A. HERBERT L. LOMBARD Hart, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi, President Choir Manager Bookstore BETTY MCDOUGAL Detroit, Michigan Debate Extempore Speaking Delta Sigma Rho FAITH L. MANNING Lansing, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Albion College Players French Club Spanish Club Junior Class Vice- president ALBERT H. MEINKE Detroit, Michigan Sigma Nu German Club, President Chemistry Club Football Pleiad StaH REITA M. MONTIE River Rouge, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha ArtClub Albionian Staff Pleiad Stat? Y. W. C. A. HUGH C. MUNSON Saginaw, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi Campus Religious Council Y. M. C. A., Cabinet JOHN C. NEWMAN Midland, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Chemistry Club Physics Club WILLARD MCPHILLIPS Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Fiske Lodge Y, M. C. A. RUSSELL G. MARSH Albion, Michigan Sigma Chi Interlraternity Council Publications Council Albionian Staff CHRISTINE MINSHULL Detroit, Michigan Independent Women's League, Treasurer GEORGE A. MORRISS Albion, Michigan Delta Tau Delta DON P. MURCH Midland, Mich. Tau Kappa Epsilon Kappa Mu Epsilon German Club Chemistry Club, President Debate Band Tennis FLORENCE NORTON Detroit, Michigan Choir Lambda Mu JOHN P. PALMER Albion, Michigan BARBARA L. PERRINE Albion,Michigan ArtClub lndependentClub Basketball RALPH L. PETERSON Niles, Michigan Fiske Lodge Spanish Club Varsity Tennis MILDRED M. PLATE Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta,Pres.,Biology Club, Secretary, Chemistry Club,Secretcry-Treasurer, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A.,Vice- president, Pan-Hellenic, President, W. S. G. A., Sophomore Class, Sec- retary,Co-opBoard,Vice- president,StudentCouncil. MARGARET G. PURDY Howell, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Art Club Y. W. C. A. Choir HELEN C. RANDALL Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega W A. A. Y. W. C. A. Secretary, junior Class LOIS J. READER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega, Treas- urer, W. A. A., Secretary, Y. W. C. A., Contributors' Club, Spanish Club, Zeta Epsilon Lambda, Tennis, Basketball. Volleyball WM. E. PENGELLY Grosse Pointe, Mich. Delta Tau Delta ROBERT C. PETERS Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Band Drum Major Orchestra THOMAS PETERSON St. lgnace, Michigan French Club Spanish Club Track HELEN D. PURDY Howell, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Chemistry Club Classical Club MARK S. PUTNAM Midland, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Chemistry Club Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club VERONICA RANSOM Kalamazoo, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Varsity Tennis ELIZABETH jANE REED Detroit, Michigan Independent Womens League Zeta Epsilon Lambda 53117K 'X O 1951 0 1956 7 1956 o 1957 0 1958 6 1959 9 c' Q' . ' y"2,:1.. ..4:u..- . ""':""fr's :aumau:M.a. -221229 4 , v,.jgz3glM N , x l 6 . 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Alpha Chi Omega Albion College Players LOIS J. RICHARDS Midland, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Art Club, President Y. W. C. A. Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary RUTH E. ROBERTS East Chicago, lndiana Zeta Epsilon Lambda French Club independent Women's League Band Orchestra Lambda Mu Woodrow lvan Ross Lansing, Michigan Chi Epsilon, Vice-Pres. ROBERT W. SAXTON Grand Rapids, Mich. Delta Tau Delta, President Band CECIL SESSIONS Monroe, Michigan Kappa Mu Epsilon Physics Club, Secretary- Treasurer BARBARA SLOWEY Albion, Michigan Home Economics Club JU UBS EDGAR M. SMITH Lake City, Michigan Chi Epsilon Y. M. C. A. Student Pastor WILLIAM R, STOFFER Albion, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi LOIS M. TAPERT Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha, President Albion College Players Publication Council Debate Theta Alpha Phi Delta Sigma Rho KATHARINE TOWNSEND Flint, Michigan Delta Gamma Basketball IEANICE TUCHTENHAGEN Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Home Economics Club CHARLES VANDERLINDE Muskegon, Michigan Sigma Nu Football Basketball CUERTRUDE M. VERRY laclcson, Michigan LYNN U. SMITH Albion, Michigan Tau Kappa Epsilon Y, M. C. A. Band Orchestra JOHN W. STONE Milford, Massachusetts Goodrich Club Physics Club HELEN THOMPSON Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Home Economics Club W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. BETH TRUCKS Baldwin, Michigan Alpha Xi Delta Home Economics Club, Secretary MARCIA UDELL Marshall, Michigan PETER T. VANSON Grosse Pointe, Mich. Delta Tau Delta Pleiad, Business Manager Albionian Tennis Albion College Players JOE W. WAGAR Gladwin, Michigan Sigma Chi PHYLLIS M. WAGNER Detroit, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega Choir Opera Madrigal Group Lambda Mu ROBERT F. WEBBER Flint, Michigan Sigma Chi JAMES E. WELCH Chicago, Illinois Sigma Nu KEITH H. WHITEHOUSE Detroit, Michigan Sigma Chi Bioloby Club, Vice- president Chemistry Club, Vice- president Treasurer, Freshman Class ROBERTA S. WIENER Albion, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha Spanish Club French Club Economics Club German Club Debate HELEN M. WILLIAMS Detroit, Michigan Kappa Delta, Vice- president Spanish Club Publication Council, Secretary gl , M... JEAN A. WALRAD Detroit, Michigan Zeta Tau Alpha French Club Y. W. C. A. W. A A. Basketball Archery RICHARD C. WEEKS Albion, Michigan Classical Club GEORGE C. WHIPPLE Parma, Michigan Fiske Lodge ELIZABETH A. WHITELAM Detroit, Michigan Delta Gamma Pan-Hellenic Council Home Economics Club, Treasurer Art Club Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. W. S. G. A. Board LAURENCE A. WILEY North Muskegon, Mich. Goodrich Club Spanish Club WILLA L. WINTER Portsmouth, Ohio Campus Religious Council Debate Y. W. C. A. Zeta Epsilon Lambda W. A. A. DAPHNE WOCHHOLZ Albion, Michigan Alpha Chi Omega JOHN A. YURCHENCO Bridgeport, Conn. Biology Club DICK ZEIS Alpena, Michigan Fiske Lodge VERNON A. WOLFE Detroit, Michigan Delta Sigma Phi German Club EDWARD E. YUILL Bay City, Michigan Sigma Nu HARVEY E. ZENS Grosse Pointe, Mich. Sigma Chi "A" Club Football JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES MARY V. CHAMBOY ROBERT FLES ROBERT GRIMES WILLIS J. LONG JOHN G. NEITHERCUT ALBERT C. NICHOLLS WALTER PTAK JOHN RYBACHOK ROBERT SOUTER KENNETH TRIPP Page 89 W. 1939 r -L X. 'vw ' W! 1 UQSPUTE N. , -0- j 'I' is es :N-xx , Q A ' g V -gffn ' 1 Q - Y ,jf Q ' . X K .' x 'mx-5 f 5 elf, 5 -. 5'::..:, - . r :JQXQQ KT I , 21: -7 f.,1c"'?'7 ' . -. ' :' X ' '- FT" N - 'h' .- , .Q X 4, ,fl ' ' S ' 51. " 'A v 5' s 'X - '-' N ' si: ,f , f- Y . ' g, ' .f ' 'A g-j ' . -.-:g xr. mf . - Q, ' lg f Q KX Q ,- , ,,1., '- Am. 5 --:Q ,. :rw . - - , 1 , . -- 3. X - -- v -- - N. 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